Human trafficking is the use of force, fraud, or coercion to exploit a person for the purpose of commercial sex acts or labor servitude. Human trafficking is about making a high profit with the lowest possible risk to get caught by law enforcement. Thus, traffickers target vulnerable community members to lower their risk of getting caught by authorities; the more vulnerable an individual is, unfortunately that person is a better target for human traffickers.
This video discusses the vulnerabilities of people with disabilities to human trafficking and modern slavery. It also discusses the dynamics of recruitment with regard to human trafficking. You can watch the full video here.