1 Sex trafficking in Nigeria | DW Documentary
21 aug. 2020
Nigeria is plagued by human trafficking. Young women are lured to Europe by false promises. When they get to the EU, they are violently forced into prostitution and kept in debt. An escape is almost impossible.
Many young Nigerian women are drawn to the European Union by promises of good incomes and secure work, but they often pay a high price. The young women and their families go into debt to pay human traffickers for the journey. Once they are in Europe, the women are forced into prostitution rather than working as hairdressers or maids. The organized crime cartels behind this grim trade not only coerce the women and force them to work off their debts, they also threaten to kill their families back in Nigeria. But human rights campaigners say that the trafficking could not survive at all without willing customers.
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2 Human Trafficking: Lives bought & sold – BBC News
1 aug. 2015
3 Child trafficking in Europe | DW Documentary
13 feb. 2021.
What prospects do children have if they’ve grown up in a criminal environment? Pickpocketing is part of everyday life in the Paris Metro. Police say it’s often committed by Romanian children, working mostly for their own parents.
Pickpocketing is part of everyday life in the Paris Metro. Repeat offenders are investigated by police. During questioning, it becomes clear that the young thieves must hand over what they steal to their parents, who live illegally on the outskirts of Paris. The money then gets sent to Romania. The children are being used, forced to steal so that their parents can pay off debts of honor to gang leaders. It goes without saying that the children are not able to attend school.
The filmmakers were given exclusive access during shooting, allowing them to closely observe police and judicial officials during their investigations. Behind the pickpockets, an entire criminal organization was revealed. The children go out in groups of three or four, spying on potential victims before skillfully stealing their bags, wallets or cell phones and running away. In one day, a single pickpocket can make off with up to 800 euros. The entire proceeds have to be given to their parents, who use threats to keep their children stealing.
These children are merely the first link in the chain. Investigators were able to trace the money all the way to Romania, where it reappears in very specific places. The criminal business is organized by gangs all over Europe. From Paris, children can be sent to Madrid or Brussels, depending on where the situation is most favorable.
Above all, this documentary asks what future prospects children can have in such a criminal environment. Do they have any chance of escaping a grim fate? Most of those who were separated from their families and placed in state care were eventually returned to their parents.
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4 China’s Huge and Hushed-Up Child Trafficking Problem (2009)
21 jun. 2016
5 The African women trafficked to Italy for sex work
10 apr. 2018
6 Trafficked into prostitution with black magic – BBC News
12 feb. 2019
7 Human traffickers lead young Nigerians on a dangerous path
31 jul. 2018
SHEER SHOCKING CONTENT
8 Sex trafficking of African migrants in Europe is a ‘modern plague’
1 okt. 2016
10 Sex Trafficking Survivor Speaks Out!
12 apr. 2016
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12 Pakistan traffickers prey on the young and unemployed
30 aug. 2015
13 Freeing girls trafficked to Italy for sex: ‘You will not be a slave for ever’
8 aug. 2016
14 Noy Thrupkaew: Human trafficking is all around you. This is how it works
13 jul. 2015
15 Human trafficking — Stop the silence | Catalleya Storm | TEDxDayton
20 jan. 2015
16 Walking Merchandise – Child Trafficking and the Snakehead Trade
10 jan. 2013
17 Child trafficking in China | DW English
6 jan. 2018
19 Stolen Innocence India’s Untold Story of Human Trafficking (Documentary)
4 dec. 2019
Stolen Innocence delves into a hidden world; the untold story of young women captured and forced into a life of sex slavery. Without a choice, these girls are violently trafficked into the worlds largest sex ring.
This groundbreaking 90-minute documentary uncovers the worlds fastest growing criminal activity. This film takes an honest look at India, a country known for it’s peaceful spirituality and traditional values. But there’s a dark secret, covered up and hidden from the world. Girls are disappearing and being forced into the sex trade every 4 minutes. This film tackles the issue directly, traveling undercover to locations in India and Nepal, infiltrating human trafficking gangs to understand it’s deepest secrets and why it’s growing so quickly, nu-interrupted by the police or the government, and the factors behind the rapid growth of the trade.
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Director: Chris Davis
Producer: Casey Allred
Director of Photography: Chris Davis
Lead Cinematographer: Lindsay Daniels
Editor: Max Tersch
Assistant Editor: Lindsay Daniels
Narration: Anoushka Shankar
Fixer and Line Producer: Uday Sripathi
Production Assistants: Jonathan Malaer, Rocky Prajapati, Ashim Pradhanang
A Film By: Effect.org
[Additional credits in film]
22 Human trafficking – 21st century slavery: Faridoun Hemani at TEDx SugarLand
1 okt. 2012
23 Sex traffickers prey on children in Cambodia
5 okt. 2007
Stop the traffick, 2001 – Cambodia – Sex trafficking of women and girls all ages is fuelled by mass poverty and lack of work.
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Thirty years of war left Cambodia ravaged and poverty-stricken.
Since the end of the brutal Khmer Rouge rule, poverty, corruption and global tourism have all made it particularly vulnerable to the child labour industry. Children are trafficked into cities from rural areas to become sex slaves or sex workers, or trafficked out to comparatively wealthy Thailand to work in Bangkok as beggars, domestic workers, or labourers on construction sites.
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24 Real Stories: Child Exploitation in Cambodia | World Vision
10 jun. 2013
26 The Real Sex Traffic (Crime Documentary) | Real Stories
12 okt. 2017
An estimated half million women are trafficked annually for the purpose of sexual slavery. They are “exported” to over 50 countries including Britain, Italy, Japan, Germany, Israel, Turkey, China, Kosovo, Canada and the United States. Misunderstood and widely tolerated, sex trafficking has become a multi- billion dollar underground industry. According to the International Herald Tribune, human trafficking is the fastest growing form of organized crime in Eastern Europe. Kidnapped and/or lured by those who prey on their dreams, their poverty, and their naiveté, Eastern European women are trafficked to foreign lands — often with falsified visas — where they become modern day sex slaves. Upon arrival, they are sold to pimps, drugged, terrorized, caged in brothels and raped repeatedly. For these women and young girls, there is no life, no liberty and no chance for a happy and meaningful future.
The Real Sex Traffic takes us to “ground zero” of the sex trade – Moldova and Ukraine – where traffickers effortlessly find vulnerable women desperate to go abroad and earn some money. The film focuses on the remarkable story of Viorel, a Ukrainian man on a mission to find his pregnant, trafficked wife in Turkey. Our hidden cameras follow Viorel as he travels to Turkey; his only lead the telephone number of the pimp who, he believes, has Katia in his possession. To secure his wife’s release, after days of desperate efforts, Viorel poses as a trafficker and sets out to buy his wife back. We follow Viorel to his meeting with Katia’s captor and from there into the world of trafficked women.
Interwoven with Viorel’s story, we meet other victims, traffickers and the families that have been torn apart by the trade in human flesh. This film is the first film to have a convicted trafficker talk openly about how trafficking works, and how women are coerced into sexual slavery. With hidden cameras, we watch as traffickers move people across borders with impunity and expose how easy it is to purchase a modern day sex slave. Sex Traffic also takes us to England and Canada where we find victims who tell harrowing tales of being repeatedly sold from country to country. Hiding her identity to protect her life, “Natasha” shares her heart wrenching story of being bought and sold from Romania to Italy and on to Germany and Belgium. Her final stop was Britain where she was put to work in a north London sauna. “Natasha” was finally freed from her nightmare in a police raid, a year after her abduction. For her part, “Eva” thought she was getting a job as a nanny in Toronto until her handlers took her from the airport to a strip club and forced her to work off her “debt”, i.e., her purchase price, before she could be set free. Sex Traffic explores the global trafficking problem through personal stories and unfettered access to traffickers and the people they use as human chattel. The documentary captures both the investigative story and the human story behind the headlines. From the villages of Moldova and Ukraine, to underground brothels and discotheques, we witness firsthand the brutal world of white sex slavery.
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30 Human Trafficking: A Personal Story
3 mrt. 2016
31 Woman Reveals How She Was Trafficked By Her Own Boyfriend At Age 18 | Megyn Kelly TODAY
23 jan. 2018
33 How A 17-Year-Old Girl Was Nearly Lured Overseas By Stranger She Met Online | Megyn Kelly TODAY
15 nov. 2017
35 Short Docs: Surviving Sex Trafficking – Shandra Woworuntu’s story
19 okt. 2017
36 Sex Trafficking: A Family Business
30 nov. 2017
37 Human Trafficking Survivor Story: Dellena, California
20 jun. 2012
Add your name to support the CASE Act against human trafficking and online predators: http://www.caseact.org/
In California, many vulnerable women and young girls are held against their will and forced to sell their bodies. The victims are often girls as young as 12 who are sexually exploited for the financial gain of human traffickers. They are afraid for their lives and abused — sexually, physically, and mentally.
Human trafficking is said to be one of the fastest growing criminal enterprises in the world — and it is taking place right here in our own backyard. Three cities in California — San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego — are recognized by the FBI as high intensity child sex trafficking areas. In addition, a recent national study by a victims’ rights group gave California an “F” grade for its weak laws dealing with child sex trafficking.
The CASE Act, a partnership of California Against Slavery and the Safer California Foundation, will protect children in California by:
Increasing prison terms for human traffickers.
Requiring convicted sex traffickers to register as sex offenders.
Requiring all registered sex offenders to disclose their internet accounts.
Requiring criminal fines from convicted human traffickers to pay for services to help victims.
The CASE Act has also been endorsed by organizations representing over 90,000 rank and file California Peace Officers, advocates for the protection of children, including Marc Klaas and the KlaasKids Foundation, and victims who survived sexual exploitation when they were children.
39 I was sex trafficked in the suburbs.
7 jan. 2019
40 Sex Trafficking: The Silent Victims
22 dec. 2018
41 Selling Boys: The other victims of sex trafficking
30 okt. 2017
42 Trafficked and sold: Sky News investigates Romanian sex trafficking
30 jul. 2019
43 Canada a target for human traffickers
28 nov. 2017
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44 arrested, 300 charges in Ontario-based sex-trafficking operation
16 okt. 2019
45 TRAFFIC SIGNAL (CHILD LABOUR) / Short film
26 dec. 2017
46 Romania’s sex trafficking trade: ‘There is no other life they know’ | ITV News
17 nov. 2020
47 Why you should care: the human trafficking footprint in the U.S. | Ryan L. Brooks | TEDxJerseyCity
.30 mrt. 2015
48 Surviving a life of human sex trafficking in Idaho
24 mei 2018
49 Life After Trafficking: The Bridge From Trauma to Triumph | Yolanda Schlabach | TEDxWilmingtonWomen
14 dec. 2017
50 Escaping the Pain of Human Trafficking | Markie Dell | TEDxDownsviewWomen
5 feb. 2019
51 From Child Sex Slavery to Victory – My Healing Journey | Anneke Lucas | TEDxKlagenfurt
26 jun. 2017
52 Hiding in plain sight – modern day slavery in the heartland: Kris Wade at TEDxWyandotte
7 apr. 2014
53 Modern Day Slavery: Tony Talbott at TEDxCincinnati
4 mei 2013
54 Enslaved: from victim to victor: Jessica Minhas at TEDxFiDiWomen
8 feb. 2013
55 Hot Bikini Girl Disappears Under Umbrella
31 mei 2011
Hot girl with a broken wrist (how she hurt her wrist, nobody knows) and decides to sunbathe her sexy body on the beach. The sun becomes too much for her to handle though, so she asks prank victims to help her with her giant umbrella. Suddenly, a gust of wind blows the umbrella on top of her. Beach goers rush to pull the umbrella off of her, but they become very confused when they realise that the cute bikini girl has instantly disappeared!