Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Power of Pamphlets

A labour trafficking case in California appeared in the news today. A Saudi Arabian princess, Meshael Alayban, was arrested on July 9¬†for holding a domestic servant against her will. Irvine Police Detectives, working closely with the U.S. Immigration and Customs … Continue reading

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Mark Wilson’s Article on Trafficking in Indonesia

I read an excellent article on human trafficking in Indonesia by Mark Wilson which is probably the first I’ve come across which mentions how victims can be re-trafficked while efforts are being made to re-integrate them back into their old … Continue reading

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Video – Bridal Slavery in India

Quite a remarkable video in which traffickers, victims and anti-traffickers are interviewed and filmed interacting with one another. The women are sold multiple times and are beaten, drugged, used for sex and made to work on farms.

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Video – Sex Trafficking in Moldova

Rageh Omaar investigates the enslavement and trafficking of women from Moldova.

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