Types of exploitation
A person trafficked for sex may be controlled by violence, threats, substance abuse, deception or grooming, with extreme physical or psychological domination.
Forced labour is work done under the threat of a penalty such as violence or harm to family. Victims are often further controlled by debt bondage.
A person is forced to provide services with the obligation to live on or in a property without the possibility of changing those circumstances.
A person who is trafficked and specifically chosen for the harvesting of organs or tissues, such as kidneys, liver etc. without consent, to be sold.