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ambient poster design-MCI-Innsbruck Austria
Children Trafficking is one of the fastest growing crimes in the world. Child/human trafficking is the world’s second largest criminal enterprise, after drugs. Each year, 100,000 children are trafficked in Indonesia. And that the children, aged 15-18, are trafficked to places such as Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Singapore for sexual purposes.
The Indonesian government has taken several steps to prevent human trafficking but the efforts of the Indonesian government are not strong enough to counteract the issue of human trafficking in this nation. 
Therefore, there must be more governmental and non-governmental action in place, to help the fight against human trafficking in order to put a stop to it, once and for all.
The ambient media-poster design was a part of The symposium “Human Trafficking: Global and Local Perspectives”.
The symposium is an internationaltwo-day event taking place at the Aula of MCI II, Management Center
Innsbruck, Austria.
The two study departments “Social Work” and “Nonprofit-, Social- and Healthcare Management”
at Management Center Innsbruck (MCI) are organizing the event in cooperation
with the Italy Center of the University of Innsbruck. 
Under the umbrella of “Global Social Responsibility”, a series of symposia
highlighting current social challenges is planned.
On 12th-13th November 2015 the first event of this series  take place focusing on the issue of human trafficking
More than 20 experts from academia and practice were address the issue from different perspectives on human trafficking.
The global dimension and the local implications due to the “trafficking route” from Italy to Germany
via Austria was at the center of the discussions.
Both the consideration of the issue from a global perspective as well as the description of possible correlations of the phenomenon "trafficking" between Italy, Austria and Germany were discussed there.
A varied combination of keynote speeches, panel discussions and workshops led to interesting and productive debates and enabled an exciting exchange between lecturers, students, teachers, experts from practice.
MCI Department Social Work
MCI Department Nonprofit, Social & Health Care Management
Italien-Zentrum, Leopold-Franzens University of Innsbruck