TALLINN - Estonian schools will receive manuals on the prevention of human trafficking to raise awareness about the possible dangers of working abroad, Eesti Paevaleht reported.
The book covers the nature of human trafficking, recruiting methods, possible consequences, implications and working conditions. The manual also contains instructions and role-playing exercises and provides examples of human trafficking.
In addition, the book describes the experience of three Estonian victims of human trafficking.
The International Organization of Migration will send 600 copies of the manual to schools and major libraries and also plans to translate the book into Russian.