Strongly opposing the narrative which involves Macao in the U.S. State Department’s Trafficking in Persons Report
Response to the wrong determination regarding Macao by the United States
Continuous Promotion and Education
Response to the Trafficking in Persons Report by the U.S. Department of State
Let’s Say No to “Human Trafficking”
The Macao Special Administrative Region deplores the Trafficking in Persons Report by the U.S. Department of State



About Us

Human trafficking is modern-day slavery. Victims are usually trafficked for sexual or labor exploitation under violence, deceit and threats. Drug smuggling, human trafficking and weapons smuggling are the most serious crimes in the world, and human trafficking is growing most rapidly among all.

Being one of the most important centres of transportation in the region, the MSAR Government has always been devoting great effort to combating any kind of crimes, especially those related to human trafficking.

On 30 August 2007, the Chief Executive has decided (vide Chief Executive Despatch no.266/2007) to establish the “Human Trafficking Deterrent Measures Concern Committee”, an interdepartmental body comprising representatives from policy areas of security, administration, justice and social affairs.

The Committee strives to come up with more proper and comprehensive measures to safeguard human rights, safety and freedom, and in a combined effort to take on prevention, victim protection and to combat human trafficking.