Human Trafficking

(also mainly UK people trafficking)

The crime of buying and selling people, or making money from work they are forced to do, such as sex work:

International organized crime includes human trafficking, drug running and money laundering.

Cambridge Dictionary

The CNN Freedom Project – Children for Sale — FULL Documentary

16 okt. 2015

The CNN Freedom Project – Children for Sale — FULL Documentary

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21 aug. 2009

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$ex Slaves THAILAND Human Trafficking of 21st Century Extraordinar Documentary

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24 mrt. 2016
 
World Travel Channel HD A short documentary about 21st century human trafficking, the process of moving people into slavery. This is an domestic and international issue, it is estimated that approximately 27 million people are currently in some form of labor exploitation or $ex slavery, due to the limited resources available in combatting this problem this estimate may just be the tip of the iceberg. Narrated and directed by Naomi Pattirane, edited at Ricardo Vilela Studios in Manchester UK.

1 Sex trafficking in Nigeria | DW Documentary


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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 Imported for my body: The African women trafficked to India for sex – BBC Africa Eye documentary

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In première gegaan op 16 dec. 2019

BBC Africa Eye uncovered an illegal network that lures women to India from Africa, where they are then forced into sex work to satisfy the demands of the many African men living in Delhi.
 
The women are mostly from Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria, Tanzania and Rwanda. 
 
One woman, Grace, who was trafficked from Kenya, agreed to go undercover.

Ontvoerd voor de ogen van zijn tweelingbroertje, en dan als weeskind naar België gebracht

Dit is het verhaal van een schandalige kindersmokkel naar België. Van jonge kinderen die ontvoerd werden uit hun gezin in Congo, en als weeskindjes hier ter adoptie werden aangeboden. Ze leven nu al acht jaar in België, terwijl hun ouders in Afrika niet weten waar ze zijn, en alle contact voorlopig verbroken is. Afgelopen week werd duidelijk dat Julienne Mpemba, de Waals-Congolese juriste die de grootschalige adoptiefraude zou hebben georganiseerd, een strafproces wacht. In afwachting daarvan doet reporter Pieter Huyberechts het hele verhaal uit de doeken.

3 Human Trafficking: Lives bought & sold – BBC News

1 aug. 2015

Human trafficking is a global problem, with the UN saying victims come from as many as 152 countries, and that a third of those trafficked are children. BBC News focused on three countries, talking to people who have been trafficked and also to the traffickers themselves. **Video contains some harrowing testimony**

4 China’s Huge and Hushed-Up Child Trafficking Problem (2009)

21 jun. 2016

Kidnapped (2009): Chinese authorities refuse to acknowledge the extent of child trafficking in their country, leaving many parents to take matters into their own hands.

5 The African women trafficked to Italy for sex work

10 apr. 2018

Thousands of African women are trafficked to Italy and forced into sex work. How does a former sex slave who married one of her clients now rescue women from the clutches of human trafficking gangs?
 
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6 Trafficked into prostitution with black magic – BBC News

12 feb. 2019

During the height of the migrant crisis in 2016, over 11,000 Nigerian women made the journey to Italy in the hope of making a better life. 
 
It’s estimated that 80% were trafficked and forced into prostitution. Before they left home many were made to undergo a juju, or black magic, ceremony in which they swore – on pain of death – they would pay back their traffickers. 
 
The strain of believing they were living under a spell has added to their mental health problems. 
 
One women, Magdalen, shared her story with the BBC. 
 
Reporter: Naomi Grimley, filming and editing: Olivia Lace-Evans, 
 
producer: Imogen Anderson

7 Human traffickers lead young Nigerians on a dangerous path

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31 jul. 2018

Modern-day human trafficking begins in places like rural Nigeria, where young people dream of economic opportunity and a better life for their families, and are willing to give up everything to try and find it. But as many Nigerians learn, the journey to Europe is often much harder and more dangerous than advertised, and most don’t make it. William Brangham reports from Benin City.

8 Sex trafficking of African migrants in Europe is a ‘modern plague’

1 okt. 2016

African women seeking a better life in Europe face a long, perilous, often fatal journey across the Mediterranean. But when they do arrive, they confront yet another threatening prospect: conscription into sex slavery. Eighty percent of all Nigerian women who survive the trip to Italy end up coerced into prostitution by “Madams,” who are often former sex slaves themselves. Malcolm Brabant reports.

9 Sula Skiles shares her sex-trafficking survival story

26 mrt. 2013

Human sex trafficking survivor Sula Skiles shares her story of freedom at William Woods University. Story: http://www.connectmidmissouri.com/new…

10 Sex Trafficking Survivor Speaks Out!

12 apr. 2016

Trafficking survivor speaks out at the 2015 Treasures Gala! Every parent needs to hear this incredible story of one woman’s journey from University student, to trafficking victim. 
 
Rachel Thomas, Founder of Sower’s Education, demonstrates that trafficking really can happen to anyone if we don’t know what to watch out for. Her story sheds light on tactics of a “CEO pimp’s as he methodically preyed college students and forced them into stripping and prostitution.
 
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11 Human Trafficking, a KGUN 9 Special Presentation

24 mrt. 2018

Human Trafficking is a global crisis taking place in plain sight. The statistics are staggering and hard to fathom, but necessary if we’re going to get a handle on this problem.
 
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12 Pakistan traffickers prey on the young and unemployed

30 aug. 2015

Along with thousands of Middle East and African refugees, young Pakistani men are also trying to reach Europe. Agents and smugglers are making millions of dollars from their search for a better life. Al Jazeera’s Nicole Johnston reports from Islamabad

13 Freeing girls trafficked to Italy for sex: ‘You will not be a slave for ever’

 

8 aug. 2016

Thousands of women and girls are being trafficked to Italy from Nigeria, into a life of forced prostitution. 
 
Abused and desperately vulnerable, they have a champion in Princess Okokon, who was herself trafficked from Nigeria in 1999. Okokon fled her captors, and, with her husband, Alberto, set up the NGO Piam Onus. Together they have helped hundreds of women in Asti and Sicily to escape their traffickers, giving them refuge and support

14 Noy Thrupkaew: Human trafficking is all around you. This is how it works

13 jul. 2015

 
Behind the everyday bargains we all love — the $10 manicure, the unlimited shrimp buffet — is a hidden world of people bought and sold to keep those prices at rock bottom. Noy Thrupkaew investigates the human trafficking industry – which flourishes in the US and Europe, as well as developing countries – and shows us the human faces behind the illegal labor that feeds global consumers.
 
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15 Human trafficking — Stop the silence | Catalleya Storm | TEDxDayton

20 jan. 2015

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. When news reports show the arrest of a human trafficker and their victims finding freedom in the United States, Americans ask, “How did that happen?” Catalleya, through their own story, will demystify the silent trade of young people in our own backyard and challenge society to find one way to respond to the problem. 
 
Catalleya Storm is a junior at Wright State University studying political science and business management and aspires to further study law and criminal justice. A human-trafficking survivor, Catalleya focuses their passion on abolishing human trafficking in their lifetime. Catalleya is the founder and president of the student organization Generation Freedom Makers to raise awareness among Ohio’s universities. As a writer, philanthropist, survivor and abolitionist, Catalleya strives to educate and inspire others to create brighter present and future. 
 
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16 Walking Merchandise – Child Trafficking and the Snakehead Trade

10 jan. 2013

Walking Merchandise exposes the tragic story of middle-school-aged, Chinese children trafficked to the United States by smugglers known as “snakeheads.” Sent by their parents to work as low-wage laborers as a source of income, the children embark on a perilous journey that can include physical harm, sexual assault, and even death. Once in the U.S., they are trapped in a life of debt-bondage and forced to work around the clock in dangerous conditions with the hope of paying off debts as high as $100,000. 
 
Produced over two years, this short film tells the story of five children trafficked to the U.S. and the lawyers, social workers, and journalists who have dedicated their careers to helping them and understanding the global forces that brought them to the U.S. Walking Merchandise premiered at the prestigious Rhode Island International Film Festival and is an official selection of the Artivist Film Festival – an NGO partner of the U.N. 
 
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17 Child trafficking in China | DW English

6 jan. 2018

Tan Jingjing from China is convinced her son was sold to traffickers by her ex-husband. She’s been searching for him for three years; by now he would be five. She hasn’t received any help from the authorities. But there is a glimmer of hope.
 

18 China’s government trafficking babies from poor families

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.

To find out how you can help, go to www.stolendocumentary.com.

Credits
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]

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20 Nefarious: Merchant of Souls | Human Trafficking Documentary – Full Movie

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21 Sex Slaves – Human Trafficking Documentary

 

2 apr. 2020

Sex Slaves is a gripping documentary expose inside the global sex trade in women from the former Soviet Bloc. The film takes viewers into the shadowy, multi-billion dollar world of sex trafficking.

22 Human trafficking – 21st century slavery: Faridoun Hemani at TEDx SugarLand

1 okt. 2012

Faridoun Hemani is a broadcast journalist, and founder of independent production company Linx Productions. He has been in the television news business for 35 years, and has covered major international stories around the world — from the assassination of President Sadat in 1981 for CNN, to the civil war in Lebanon and events in India and Pakistan for ABC News, and as the Bureau Chief for Central Eastern Europe for WTN (Worldwide Television News), covered the revolutions of Central Europe, the violent breakup of Yugoslavia, and the war in Iraq and Somalia. Today, Faridoun works with organizations such as the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN), the UN and other international organizations covering stories of a social nature in the developing world. In 2010, Faridoun co-produced a 6-part series on Human Trafficking (as part of Moonbeam-Linx), that aired on BBC World Television. The series was supported and funded by End Human Trafficking Now (EHTN), a Geneva based organization that encourages businesses to take an active role to stem this modern form of slavery.
 
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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

Real Stories of Child Slavery: Child Exploitation in Cambodia.
 
Join the fight to protect Children. Together end child slavery. Share. Donate. Sponsor. Act now at http://www.nochildforsale.ca. #nochildforsale 
 
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25 Rick Campanelli’s before-and-after story in Cambodia | World Vision

28 feb. 2013

TV personality Rick Campanelli connects with a World Vision sponsor child and is amazed to see the changes in her life.
 

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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27 One woman’s story of the horrors of human trafficking

21 sep. 2009

28 Iana’s Story – Human Trafficking in Romania

4 mei 2012

 
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29 Human trafficking victim tells her story

25 jul. 2014

30 Human Trafficking: A Personal Story

3 mrt. 2016

Thirty-one-year-old Karishma has been a victim of human trafficking since she was 13 throughout the Niagara, Hamilton and Brantford regions. Her childhood was one of sex work, family coercion and drug abuse. She escaped in June and is now recovering and transitioning with the help of Katarina MacLeod, an advocate, educator, and crisis counsellor at Rising Angels. They talk to Piya Chattopadhyay about the growing problem of human trafficking in Ontario.

31 Woman Reveals How She Was Trafficked By Her Own Boyfriend At Age 18 | Megyn Kelly TODAY

23 jan. 2018

At age 18, Rebecca Binder, a single mother from a small Oregon town, was forced into sex trafficking by her so-called boyfriend. Now an anti-trafficking advocate, she tells Megyn Kelly that “people need to know that human trafficking is not like the movie ‘Taken.’ It’s way more complex.”
 
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32 Raw Interview: Human trafficking victim details ordeal

 

6 nov. 2013

A woman forced into being a sex slave at 15 talks about how she became a victim.

33 How A 17-Year-Old Girl Was Nearly Lured Overseas By Stranger She Met Online | Megyn Kelly TODAY

15 nov. 2017

When high schooler Mackenzie Baldwin met a stranger online, she’d thought she’d found love. Instead, she was nearly led into what could have been a very dangerous situation. She is joined on Megyn Kelly TODAY by her parents, John and Stephanie, to discuss the ordeal chronicled in their book, “Almost Gone.”
 
How A 17-Year-Old Girl Was Nearly Lured Overseas By Stranger She Met Online | Megyn Kelly TODAY
 
Neith
I am a Muslim and I love my religion and will direct you according to the interpretation I learned of Quran. I’ll tell you all if you are really young and someone compels you to convert to Islam and without your parents’ knowledge i.e forcing his believes, he definitely is a predator. Leave him, make more informed decisions. You should first understand Islam, do tons of researched and then convert. May be the person who is forcing you to convert belongs to the extremist groups like Taliban and ISIS.
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34 Human Trafficking Survivor Tells Her Story – October 2016

 

15 okt. 2016

This is an exclusive three-part series that aired during the 5, 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts on KULR-8 News.

35 Short Docs: Surviving Sex Trafficking – Shandra Woworuntu’s story

19 okt. 2017

Minnie Roh, Asian American Life’s reporter, speaks to Shandra Woworuntu, an activist who survived sex trafficking and shares her harrowing account of being held captive as a sex slave in Brooklyn. (Taped: 10/19/17)
 
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36 Sex Trafficking: A Family Business

30 nov. 2017

A rare and vivid insight into the shadowy, brutal world of human trafficking. Through candid interviews a Mexican family of former sex traffickers reveal secrets of their dark past.
 
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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.

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38 Child Sex Trafficking: A San Francisco Survivor’s Story

2 aug. 2013

A young woman’s story of surviving child sex trafficking which began when she was age 12. Produced by Aimee Allison with the San Francisco Department on the Status of Women. Directed by Jerome Newton.

39 I was sex trafficked in the suburbs.

7 jan. 2019

 
Think human trafficking is kids getting scooped up at the mall? Think again. It’s more common than you’re likely to be aware, and it happens in ways you probably don’t expect. The founder of Lacey’s Hope Project, Inc. is a sex trafficking survivor who grew up in Wisconsin suburbs, got good grades and was in sports and FFA. Listen to her story and learn more at LaceysHopeProject.org

40 Sex Trafficking: The Silent Victims

22 dec. 2018

The fastest growing criminal industry around the globe is human trafficking. The sexual exploitation of children and young adults is an epidemic, but it’s not just girls who are affected. For many reasons, the number of boys and young men who are sex trafficked have been vastly underreported, but we want to shine a light on this travesty. In 2020, the first of its kind long term safe house for young men aged 18-22 will open called Bob’s House of Hope. Please join with us to help spread the word and educate the public about the silent victims of sex trafficking. If you want to be a part of the solution, learn more about us at www.ranchhandsrescue.org

41 Selling Boys: The other victims of sex trafficking

30 okt. 2017

While building the first home in the US for boys who have been sexually trafficked, Anna and Chris Smith meet resistance to their work in a rural North Carolina community. » 
 
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42 Trafficked and sold: Sky News investigates Romanian sex trafficking

30 jul. 2019

As the UN calls on governments to do more to stop human trafficking, a Sky News team travels to Romania to investigate the issue. 
 
Sky’s Europe correspondent Mark Stone met with a volunteer who creates a refuge for trafficking victims in Romania. 
 
It was there he found that trafficking victims are getting younger and are reliant on volunteers – not the government – for help.

43 Canada a target for human traffickers

28 nov. 2017

Canada is a major target for human traffickers, with 90 per cent of victims coming from with Canada, not abroad. Their average age is 17-years old and the problem has become so big, police departments across the country are devoting resources to fight human trafficking. 
 
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44 arrested, 300 charges in Ontario-based sex-trafficking operation

16 okt. 2019

A major investigation into human trafficking and organized crime that started when two Quebec women contacted police in Ontario has led to 31 arrests and more than 300 charges being laid. Rhonelle Bruder is a survivor of trafficking and founder of the community group the Rise Initiative.
 
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45 TRAFFIC SIGNAL (CHILD LABOUR) / Short film

26 dec. 2017

Traffic Signal is a short film based on a poem by MUSKAN ASTHANA, this film shows the struggles that the underprivileged section of society encounters everyday ,moreover highlights the issue of child labour in the societyThis film shows the drawbacks of our society regarding the education of underprivileged children. How these kids are being a victim of it and are working at a very tender age, to make a living. 
 
However education not only helps in all over growth of the nation, but also improves an individual’s life. In the film a writer gets affected by watching a tender aged boy working on signals and starts to write a poem about his struggles and sacrifices. She also writes about the society’s behavior towards him.. his helplessness ..then too his satisfaction and few happy moments in chronic scarcity. Then she helps him in education.. The film inspires people to come forward and help these kids to fly. “WE NEED TO SET THEIR WINGS, NOT CUT THEM”

46 Romania’s sex trafficking trade: ‘There is no other life they know’ | ITV News

17 nov. 2020

Three-quarters of women trafficked to the UK are from Romania, half of who are children. The number of trafficking victims coming from the country has been going up year on year, but Romania’s government says it’s doing what it can legally.

47 Why you should care: the human trafficking footprint in the U.S. | Ryan L. Brooks | TEDxJerseyCity

.30 mrt. 2015

As the fastest growing illegal business in the world, human trafficking has profound influences here in the United States. Through sympathetic understanding and awareness, both socially & legally, the average American can positively impact what has become the worst human right violation, slavery.
 
Ryan Brooks is a third year law student at Rutgers School of Law – Newark. His academic focus, both as an undergraduate and law student, has been international law, legal and political theory, and global policy. Ryan recently worked for the Rutgers International Human Rights Clinic, with a specific focus on issues pertaining to human trafficking. Mr. Brooks is currently pursuing positions as an international legal consultant. He is currently a J.D.Candidate at Rutgers School of Law-Newark.

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48 Surviving a life of human sex trafficking in Idaho

 

24 mei 2018

Amanda Forrest shares her story how she was manipulated into a life of sex trafficking, the struggles she faced on trying to get out and how she hopes to be a powerful voice moving forward for other women who get stuck in the shadows of this illegal world.

49 Life After Trafficking: The Bridge From Trauma to Triumph | Yolanda Schlabach | TEDxWilmingtonWomen

14 dec. 2017

What happens to survivors after escape from or arrest of their traffickers? What do they need? What do we, as a nation, offer? With over 200,000 American victims annually and only 700 beds available, we need infrastructure to support this population. Find out what YOU can do to help! Yolanda is a Registered Nurse. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Leadership and Management from Regent University in 2004 and graduated in 2014 from Liberty University with a Master’s in Human Services & Counseling. Yolanda attended the University of Maryland, earning a Certificate in Working with Survivors of Violence, Trauma and Torture. Yolanda is a member of Delaware’s Human Trafficking Coordinating Council and Co-Chair of the Victim Services Committee.
Yolanda has served as Executive Director of Zoë Ministries, Inc. since 2012, when the organization received 501©3 status. For the past few years, she has spent her time engaged in public awareness and professional education to bring the reality of human trafficking to the forefront in Delaware. This is her second TEDx talk on the subject. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

50 Escaping the Pain of Human Trafficking | Markie Dell | TEDxDownsviewWomen

5 feb. 2019

Markie Dell, human trafficking survivor, recounts her experience and her journey healing through the trauma. After trying to reclaim her life, it was the unusual advice from a friend that lead to her healing. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
 
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51 From Child Sex Slavery to Victory – My Healing Journey | Anneke Lucas | TEDxKlagenfurt

26 jun. 2017

Anneke was sold into a murderous paedophile network in Belgium when she was only six years old. She was being abused and tortured to serving as a sex slave to European elite. In her talk she openly speaks about her healing journey, what is tried to be highly covered and promotes the awareness of this often-unseen topic.
 
Anneke Lucas was born in Belgium where she was sold into a sex trafficking ring at the age of six. She was abused and tortured extensively before she escaped at age eleven. After living in London, Paris and New York as a young adult, she moved to Los Angeles where she began therapy, yoga and meditation. Today, she is the founder and Executive Director of Liberation Prison Yoga, a non-profit organization based in New York.
 
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
 
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52 Hiding in plain sight – modern day slavery in the heartland: Kris Wade at TEDxWyandotte

7 apr. 2014

Kris Wade is the executive director /co-founder of the Kansas City Justice Project, a nonprofit human rights organization in Kansas City, Missouri, providing advocacy and criminal justice system navigation for women in poverty suffering from homelessness, domestic violence, mental illness, addiction, prostitution, or other forms of trafficking exploitation/abuse. She was a panelist on Human Trafficking at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, as well as a member of the community advisory board of the Missouri Reentry Program through Missouri Probation and Parole and a member of the Coalition Against Human Trafficking. Kris is also a survivor of crimes against women.
 
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53 Modern Day Slavery: Tony Talbott at TEDxCincinnati

4 mei 2013

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54 Enslaved: from victim to victor: Jessica Minhas at TEDxFiDiWomen

8 feb. 2013

Jessica Minhas Jessica Minhas is a recognized humanitarian and social justice advocate. Her work has taken her around the globe addressing issues of human trafficking and human rights injustices. She is a regular speaker and media contributor on sex slavery and abuse.
 
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

55 Kindertransport: A Journey to Life [2012] – Newsnight

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1 dec. 2015

Newsnight meets some of the children who came to Britain on the Kindertransport scheme, over 75 years ago. 

The Kindertransport (Children’s Transport) was a unique humanitarian rescue programme which ran between November 1938 and September 1939.

Approximately 10,000 children, the majority of whom were Jewish, were sent from their homes and families in Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia to Great Britain.

This film, produced by Maria Polachowska, contains one of the last interviews with Sir Nicholas Winton, who for nine months in 1939 singlehandedly rescued 669 children from Czechoslovakia, bringing them to the UK and thereby sparing them from the horrors of the Holocaust.

* THIS FIRST AIRED IN THE SUMMER OF 2012, and has been shortlisted for the IWM Short Film Festival 2016 *

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56 The Billion Dollar Industry Of Sex Trafficking (Crime Documentary) | Real Stories

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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.

57 Nameless: a Documentary about Child Sex Trafficking

In première gegaan op 22 nov. 2019

Nameless is a documentary that addresses child sex trafficking in Washington, DC, and at-large. Through interviews with experts, advocates, and activists, child sex trafficking is reframed as a form of sexual violence that is often made invisible. Child sex trafficking is explored as an issue with deep historical-cultural roots, tackles misperceptions about which populations are most vulnerable to being trafficked, and illuminates systemic gaps in the current treatment of trafficking victims. Featuring 15 interviewees on the frontlines of the issue, Nameless mobilizes viewers to recognize and combat child sex trafficking.

58 Inside the Nepalese Human Trafficking Industry

12 jul. 2020

Content Warning: Human Trafficking is the world’s second-largest criminal activity and it rakes in close to $32 billion dollars annually. And, in South Asia, Nepal, India, and Bangladesh top the list of countries where this vile trade is literally making a killing. In this documentary, our focus is on the Nepal-India border as we try to figure out why and how do close to 50 Nepalese women disappear from that border area every day.
 

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ishanxo
I’m from Nepal and its so annoying how the mainstream media doesn’t really talk about the Human Trafficking situation here. It feels refreshing to see an actual relevant topic in the context of my country getting covered in such an informative way by an international media outlet.

59 Darlene’s Story: Trafficking Survivor

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24 jun. 2019

A survivor of human trafficking, Darlene shares how easy and common it is for young girls to be manipulated into sexual exploitation. By telling her story, she hopes to spread awareness of the rampant evil of sex work and abortion, while also showing there is hope for those who fall into this lifestyle.
 
Darlene’s story is part of our Truth and Love Video Campaign: Cornerstone’s effort to speak truth in love on the hot button issues of today. Darlene is a speaker and advocate. You can connect with her at her website http://www.thedarlingprincess.com.
 

60 The Face of Human Trafficking | Megan Rheinschild | TEDxSantaBarbara

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18 dec. 2017

Sex Trafficking of underage girls is happening right in our own backyards, small towns and big cities across America. These kids are our kids, profoundly vulnerable to the lure of traffickers because of childhood abuse and trauma. Ms. Rheinschild graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She received her degree in Sociology and Spanish from University of California of Santa Barbara. 
 
Ms. Rheinschild has worked at the Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office in the Victim Witness Assistance Program since 1994. She is responsible for oversight of a program that provides comprehensive services, support and advocacy to victims of violent crime and their family members. 
 
Collaborating with local, regional and state partners, she formed a Human Trafficking Victim Advocacy Program and began a multi-agency Countywide Human Trafficking Task Force in 2013 to identify and investigate human trafficking and address the complex needs of survivors. She also has oversight of the Countywide Sexual Assault Response Team, a collaborative partnership of Law Enforcement, Rape Crisis Centers and Child Welfare Services to provide medical-legal forensic exams and advocacy to survivors of sexual assault. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

61 Amsterdam’s infamous red-light district under threat

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20 okt. 2021

Amsterdam is re-branding, with plans to move the famous red-light district out-of-town, and crackdown on cannabis cafes. Dateline meets the city’s sex workers who are fighting back.

62 In the Philippines, a Fight to End Human Trafficking

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18 okt. 2012

The Philippines have become increasingly vulnerable to human traffickers, who lure women of all ages and circumstances into prostitution and other forms of forced labor. Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on how Cecilia Oebanda’s Visayan Forum Foundation has worked with law enforcement to prevent more women from falling prey.

63 In the Philippines, sex trafficking of young girls moves online

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24 mrt. 2016

Sex tourism has long been a scourge in the Philippines. But now there’s a disturbing new trend in the trafficking of mostly young women and children: vulnerable victims are being lured online and tricked into the trade. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports.

64 The gangs who trade in people | DW Documentary

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22 aug. 2021

For years, Vietnamese children and teenagers have been disappearing in Germany. Those responsible are unscrupulous human traffickers whose networks span continents.
 
The young Vietnamese are smuggled into Germany via Russia and Eastern Europe. Many end up in the world of crime, working as slaves for the Vietnamese mafia. This film tells their story. One high-ranking investigator describes the phenomenon as “modern slavery”. This is how many children and young people are brought from Vietnam to Germany: They are crammed into vans, loaded into refrigerated trucks, on the road for months, held along the way in abandoned warehouses or apartments. They are beaten, raped, exploited, they fear for their lives. They are lured by the prospect of a better life, as promised to their families by the criminals.
 
Berlin is one of the most important hubs for Vietnamese human trafficking. The journey to a cynically promised better life costs 15,000 to 20,000 dollars, which the victims have to pay off working in nail salons, as cigarette sellers, drug mules or on illegal cannabis farms. The traffickers decide when the debt is paid, leaving the victims at their mercy for years. It’s a business worth millions. One criminal has brought hundreds of Vietnamese from Lithuania to Berlin via Warsaw on behalf of the Vietnamese mafia. He says: “Whether it’s human trafficking or drugs, it’s all the same people.” Award-winning journalists Adrian Bartocha and Jan Wiese trace the Vietnamese mafia across several European countries, all the way to Great Britain. They speak with top investigators, witnesses, victims and perpetrators. This documentary gives an in-depth account of how human trafficking in Europe works, and how the crime continues to go almost unnoticed in Germany.
 
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I like the sheer plain brutal exposure of problems in Europe by DW, by not downplaying them there’s a chance to make watchers aware and solve those problems. Kudos 👌
Tonet te
It’s so sad the pressure placed upon children by their parents to support a household/a burden they didn’t ask for 💔
Keaston Devitt
That lead investigator guy, Sebastian Laudan, is absolutely disgusting. How can he sit there and downplay the situation so nonchalantly. It honestly wouldn’t surprise me if he was involved in the whole scheme. It’s scary that people like him are in powerful positions.
 
 
 
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Caroline Friedman
hard to hold people accountable for this kind of stuff when it’s usually people with a lot of power and geopolitical influence who are supporting this/letting it happen
 
 
 
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DJ Flip-U
Has DW won any awards for its documentaries? It certainly deserves to.
 
 
 
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Trà Ảo Tưởng
This document is so informative. I wish many more Vietnamese people knew about this and could understand how serious the problem is. We need to raise awareness in Vietnam and EU.
 
 
 
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Divine Reflections
This is sad and crazy….this driver is talking about them like they are possessions😡…no empathy or compassion…..he needs to be arrested too!
 
 
 
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Feisal Dianga
It’s appalling that in the 21st century Europe and other parts of the world that child trafficking still exists and mostly go unnoticed by government officials, we need to put penalties on this human traffickers and to enforce law and order at every international borders
 
 
 
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Amber Thomson
I can’t even wrap my mind around that man sitting there saying they weren’t on danger! If being raped and brutalized isn’t danger, then what exactly is? Furious!
 
 
 
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Alienmädchen
“But nothing gets done if it is a young Vietnamese.” This made my blood boil. Gosh, I hate this kind of unfair preferential treatment. German kids aren’t the only ones who need help if they are in danger. I’m from Germany by the way.
 
 
 
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Pearl Dunn
disgusting and disturbing that money can be the root of all evil. The childhood of any people forced into slavery is too sad to contemplate for us born into other cultures. May we evolve into being kinder, more caring humans who take the well fare of all into account. that is my wish and my prayer…
 
 
 
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Viv
You know it’s a German production when there’s techno beats in a human trafficking documentary
 
 
 
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Mleah
As I have been told by border controller who lives in Latvia, it’s quite difficult for them to report drug smugglers/human traficcers since they can get put in prison for reporting (by higher ups) and also at the same time they can get put in prison for letting trough border ppl who smuggle. Constant fear of getting in trouble either for having morals or trying to do everything to get wage to feed family.
 
 
 
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Lindt
In the past few years, cases of child and human trafficking have skyrocketed in South Africa. I see at least 5 new posts of missing persons in a day. It’s horrifying because we don’t know the fate of the missing persons and we are in constant fear for ourselves and family members.
 
 
 
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FunkyKiwi7
Thank you for sharing this documentary. It’s an eye opener for those of us living in places like New Zealand with no idea of the atrocities happening to these precious people within the greedy criminal commercial and political systems that exploit them. It’s heartbreaking to realize this is happening in broad daylight and under endless investigation that take years of their lives away. Germany’s “Sebastian” is a real tool. The organized criminals must really view him and his heartless sense of justice as a clear way to continue their deplorable trade in humans.
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DAVID OMONDI ODENDO
Always waiting for DW documentaries. No one beats DW.
 
 
 
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Nameless Hero
As a society we face a simple question. Do we embrace “slavery” or do we totally ban it. As it is, most of our products are made through some form of slavery, from the food we eat to the clothes we wear.
 
 
 
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This is so disgusting! Pure evil to take advantage of children or people that are so vulnerable.
 
 
 
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likexbread
You know… you’ll never hear anyone from the poor villages warning each other of the scams. There’s no signs anywhere warning anyone of human trafficking either. So the children are never aware it’s something that could happen to them. Both the European countries and Vietnam could do better in preventing human trafficking.
 
 
 
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Andrew Kimani
These docs by DW make my life look like a cakewalk. People really go through horrible things in life.
 
 
 
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Ruth C R
Pretty scary world that we live in. A lot of evil people out there. I hope front the bottom of my heart that all of the smugglers/ human traffickers and etc., etc. will be punished somehow throughout their life.
 
 
 
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Chè's Channel
Thank you DW for another great documentary. It is so sad but true that this world is so materialistic and imbalance. Poor people still striving for a better life no matter how they have to pay for
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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After watching this, take a moment to reflect on the final sentence spoken by the narrator (42:00): In 2019, there were only 7 cases of human trafficking in Germany Whether it’s the driver or the “master”, a 3 year prison sentence is far, far too little.
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3years & 6months jail time!!! How can that ever be classed as a deterrent? Problem will definitely continue. I pity those poor kids/ young people 🥵🤬
 
 
 
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Vladimir Olujic
Thanks very much for not only putting subtitles, but also translating/interpreting in English, so I can listen to these while working. It’s not easy to find time to watch every documentary.
 
 
 
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Joan Berry
My heart breaks for all of these young girls!
 
 
 
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Chanda Archuleta
I don’t know how someone can cause so much trauma and despair on a child’s life. Remember children do not stay children forever. They will remember those that have caused them harm. I hope that one day they will grow up and get their revenge.
 
 
 
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B Bodziak
The problem is that there’s so much money involved in human trafficking and an endless supply of product available that I don’t see this being resolved in our lifetimes, unfortunately, especially for the victims.
 
 
 
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Kay Grouse
Anje has no remorse, he disgusts me. Describing them as yellow and small shows how he still objectifies them and his racial undertones help “justify” in his mind his huge part in peadophilia and trafficking. Heartbreaking 💔
 
 
 
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Chelsey Blair Kendig
condolences for the DW reporter who lost their life in Afghanistan this week
 
 
 
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Dallas Taylor
Specifically to the point of cannabis and human smuggling, if the EU would create a legal framework for legal, above board, cannabis, all the entrepreneurs and otherwise law abiding citizens would support all efforts to avoid associating with such activities. There are great examples in the United States and even supplies that could contribute to trade and GDP. Cannabis being illegal in the EU is a major contributor to any corruption or endangerment. It forces a shadow economy.
 
 
 
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A society is only as strong as its weakest link. Forced child labor should carry a death sentence punishment.
 
 
 
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Duncan B.A.S
This is scandalous! How can this still happen today? Great Documentary.
 
 
 
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B Bodziak
DW does such terrific documentaries that I’m puzzled as to why they don’t have the largest subscriber base on YouTube.
 
 
 
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SGR
Sanne, please take good care of yourself. As I’m sure you realise already, these are very dangerous times to be an investigative journalist. Thank you for your diligence & bravery. Be sure to review your OPSEC on a regular basis both on & off work.
 
 
 
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Wanderfull
Really good documentary about what is going on Europe and this was only about 1 country + imagine all other undetected trafficking?! Also the driver who worked for then before was racist and had no empathy/sympathy. He didn’t see the people and children as humans, just as a means to make money. He should be giving legal repercussions too. It’s people like him who enable all these gangs and trafficking.
 
 
 
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I am a Vietnamese. And I understand that poor people they desire to go to Europe. With limited knowledge, they listen to the smugglers, and they believe in promises of traffickers. They were smuggled but at the same time they also need to pay money for them before leaving the country ( can be up to more than 100 million Vietnamdong). This is very sad stories but it hard to stop until the poor are well-educated, and understand that there is no easy way to earn money in Eu. Besides, its so sad when know that Vietnamese are selling Vietnamese
 
 
 
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Derek M
This is just sad all the way round. Where I lived in Florida there was alot of trafficking from south America for sex workers and drugs. It was so common it was sickening and in nice neighborhoods too
 
 
 
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Naomi Matthews
This documentary deserves an award. Could you please do a documentary on imported brides especially from African, who are held hostage and enslaved in Europe and the United states to take care of their mentally unstable supposed husbands with no proper documentation?
 
 
 
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Great job done by DW. Very very shocking video worth watching. My personal thanks to DW.
 
 
 
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I feel badly for moderators they see and hear horrific things
 
 
 
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Nizarr
Damn. I have come across several job ads and offers like the one at 23:33. I applied for one in Poland and another in Dubai, both accepted, but my parents told me not to go. They did good, it could have been a trap!
 
 
 
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The thoughts of Government officials not recognizing these cases as human trafficking is the worst nightmare for us as parents and our children we dearly love… the Head of States and Congressmen should review/investigate these laws and gov officials… Dear Chancellor and Presidents please open your eyes and hearts for the CHILDREN
 
 
 
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Yukie From Oz
No human being has a right to “own” another human being end of story. Disgusting!
 
 
 
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Stefan Gabor
Unfortunately, with the increase in poverty around the world, these problems will only increase around the world. Can you imagine the pressure the parents of the deceased daughter will have to pay off their debt? It is a certainty that one of her siblings has to take on the debt.
 
 
 
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I have a long lost vietnam brother whom I’ve never met because he was kidnapped from my mother before i was born by his father In the 80’s. God only knows my heart goes out to these children and teens.
 
 
 
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When a man says he would never “hit one of them because it would kill one of them.” This means he has more than likely struck and killed one by “mistake” of course.
 
 
 
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How these traffickers brought these poor people across the entirety of China and Russia, two of the most heavily policed countries in the world, is just mind-boggling
 
 
 
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I have seen first hand how easy it is to smuggle people in and out of a country in South Africa. The South African legal system has very strict laws to prevent the trafficking of minors but South African border officials would do anything for money. I’ve had multiple family members who temporarily wanted to leave the country with their own children who didn’t possess the required documentation and they’ve been able to do so quite easily, so long as they pay the right people. Border officials hardly ever check cars, when they do it’s usually because they want a bribe. Sometimes if the officials don’t want to help you directly, they refer you to smugglers that help you cross the border. In my case it was family members who wanted to go on vacation with their kids, but I can’t imagine how many other children are trafficked for sinister aims.
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“WHEN THEY ARE IN DANGER….BUT IT DOES NOT APPLY TO VIETNAMESE” 13:21 SPEECHLESS!!!! NO WONDER IT GOES ON AND ON AND ON
 
 
 
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Sad subject, but important to be exposed and talked about….
 
 
 
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How can children disappear from high security shelters? Like, wtf?
 
 
 
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how does one sleep at night, after making a dollar off a CHILD. Pure evil.
 
 
 
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Nilesh Rawat
Love DW high quality Documentaries
 
 
 
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Yo Mamas
My God, the letter to her mama😓unreal…rest in peace sweetheart
 
 
 
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James Liston
Unfortunately in this world some humans are valued lower than other, depending on where they came from 🤮🤢
 
 
 
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This is horrific! These poor Vietnamese children and others! God help them! 🙏✝💗
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Human trafficking is one of major problem of the whole world. DW documentary are good steps that they made this documentary. This video wake up our society against human trafficking.
 
 
 
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Abi Brown
the fact there is a demand from Germany for human trafficking in this case minors. It says a lot of how sick our world has become real sad state of affairs
 
 
 
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Mariah McWilliams
This is brutally heartbreaking. How could this happen?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Vladimir Olujic
I believe it’s quite easy to identify these witnesses/victims, if you’re in the “business”. How safe is this for them afterwards? The shirt, the necklace, side profile… If those were not put and accented intentionally to confuse, it’s a bit problematic.
 
 
 
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Ramesh Hansa Ravendra
In Singapore, the penalty for kidnapping is life imprisonment. That approach should be adopted all over the world.
 
 
 
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Very hard to to beat or match a DW documentary incredible subjects unmatched quality
 
 
 
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Lionel Scarf
Human trafficking (particularly child trafficking) is the most horrendous and atrocious human vices.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
PowPowMeowMeow
For a man living in aMurica, I find DW documentary to be a refreshing source of truth and good journalism. Something almost completely lacking in aMurica. sad but true, so thank you DW Documentary… I watch everything you publish.
 
 
 
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thank you for this documentary,i feels bad for them
 
 
 
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I am thankful that you dubbed this. It means a bigger audience. I know subs are a preference for people . But being dubbed you will get the story out more. Most people will turn off a subbed documentary . This needs to be heard. 👍
 
 
 
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angangaus
good job but this really should have been a 3 part series. its hard to understand how anyone would cross an ocean to chase promises in a distant land. but most of these human beings are economic refugees. unfortunately some fall to the cruel hands of subhumans who use them as human shields for their devious acts. 🙏🏿
 
 
 
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God Love the Animals!
Sometimes I wonder. How can some people harm others so so so much? I don’t understand, I don’t get it, I don’t know why ☹
 
 
 
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Riva Fussball
These traffickers & governments who allow them to exist face a spiritual & karmic retribution that will put Dante to shame
 
 
 
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Rockee Rockey
I’d like to see an HT documentary about the North America, particularly the USA!
 
 
 
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LifeMusicMelody
WOE UNTO THOSE WHO THINK THEY CAN GET AWAY WITH THE THINGS THEY DO TO CHILDREN. GOD’S JUSTICE will make those court sentencings look like tiny games.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Milli Ashford
How do they JUST go “missing” form within’ a few hours of being brought there? what in a puff smoke? they just disappear? NO they know exactly who picks them or where they go something else is going on there.
 
 
 
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Lou Fuddrucker
You don’t have to hunt for demons when you have people like this running around and taking other people
 
 
 
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Daju
Hmm, this video made me somewhat suspicious that I’ve encountered this. I’m handicapped and need personal assistance every day you see and recently I’ve had a fairly young vietnamese guy working here but yeah he was pretty terrible because he were obviously mentally disabled or something like that. But that accompanied with other oddities like only bringing blankets to sleep here and sometimes coming without food for the day just snacks or whatever along with how he’s apparently living with two or three brothers next to his parents home makes it seem like potential red flags all over. So i think I might casually try to make sure that it’s nothing because there’s also things that don’t really fit in. Like how he’s fluent with no reason to believe he wasn’t born here and probably never even been to Vietnam based on what I’ve heard and he’s definitely not one to work hard. So i dunno unless his parents are indeed his actual parents and the ones who are forced to pay somebody and the kids indirectly helping with that it doesn’t make a ton of sense to seriously suspect something is wrong.
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Michael H
This only works if the ” normal person ” next to the appartment, on the street etc. Doesn’t want to get involved. Only cares about themselves.
 
 
 
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Anita Biswas Imtiyaz
Nice work! Hats of Director!
 
 
 
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Lord Voldemort
Next time you get your nails done or buy a cheap t-shirt remember that it’s probably made by an abused, exploited child.
 
 
 
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Vicarious Gamer
I assume that the “funny” thing about this all is that the “authority’s” know whose doing this yet they do nothing to stop it. Must be a lucrative business all around, yeah ? As I’ve always preached, we all are just fodder to those who we depend upon for the well being of our very lives.
 
 
 
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Elangbam
Keep making quality documentary that matters
 
 
 
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Gamble1632 Gaming
Documentary need to be longer
 
 
 
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Adu Vlogs
Another great doc from DW I really love the narrator voice
 
 
 
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Ellen Nesnetrom
This just drops my hope in humanity even more. I believe on 11/29/2021 there are more good then bad people, but for how long?
 
 
 
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Priscilla Turpin
This problem is every where including the US😔
 
 
 
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Hobby Turysta
DW should translate this document into all available language and publish it on the all social media. There should be few movies about this human traffic ring – real story not science fiction.
 
 
 
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Ava
This is so heartbreaking – greed will be the end of us all. God bless these poor victims, I’m so sorry. The Lead Investigator is a king idiot. wtf is serious wrong with the higher ups, so many holes in the system. They’re all in on this, no wonder not much has been done.
 
 
 
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SALTY PEANUTZZ
I just can’t stop binge watching this channel…. Love it 😊
 
 
 
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Jan andhisfiets
great and important work thanks.
 
 
 
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Winnie Ngo
There needs to be harsher sentences for these guys. Three years isn’t enough.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sassy Sambo
This happens in Australia too
 
 
 
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South Side
This has been going on since the war and nothing has been done? This is disappointing!! Please God help these people 🙏🏼
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
LoveToDrive
This needs to be talked about more. Especially in the United States of America
 
 
 
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Claudia Rodriguez
What about child trafficking on the border Mexico-US?, sad beyond words.
 
 
 
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Sachin Vartak
It is the extreme poverty and never ending sufferings in these countries that are responsible for this flesh trade.
 
 
 
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Heather Feather
This is so sad. Twelve year-olds are still obviously children; how can a grown adult exploit a trafficked 12 year-old? Is there no humanity???
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Izhar fatima
So, smuggling is with rights! What hypocrisy is that the same countries with these definitions talk about children / women rights or human rights. Need of cheap labour is the best definition.
 
 
 
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Johngamer 1992
incredible work
 
 
 
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ET Himself
3 yrs and six months for human trafficking? Try 20 to life with no parole. Treat them humanely but no get outa jail card.
 
 
 
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Jerika Arellano
This is so disturbing 🙁
 
 
 
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Quantum Kitty
I was wondering why there was so many good Vietnamese restaurants in Berlin and no good Italian food. This breaks my heart they were all trafficked. 😢
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Isolanporzellator
Journalists: There are hundreds of cases of human trafficking of vietnamese people into germany. They are being held in these facilities and work in these locations – what are you planning to do about it? German lead investigator: Well they’re technically not…
 
 
 
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Philibert Bon
It’s literally despicable to hear the german sebastian telling that in the #UK and in #Germany “smuggling” does not refer to the same thing… WHAT? That guy DOES NOT DESERVE his function OR Germans haven’t changed since 1933… What’s your option?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
MsNooneinparticular
What would happen if a child ran to police & told them what was happening? Would police look into it & send the child home or do they not care? Can the victims even speak the local language?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Danna Camacho
Sick people!!!!!!!. God bless the children of this sick world
 
 
 
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Finn S.
The sad truth is: governments cannot afford to uphold all laws. Even when children are involved. And if they increase any budget to improve situations in one area, they need to take it away and make things worse on another.
 
 
 
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Quang Anh Đinh
amazing content
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
James Eddleman
“Most of them were boys, not many girls.” I just want that to sink in
 
 
 
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Rossie Lucia Ramakhutla
That Sebastian Laudan guy needs to be fired, period! He doesn’t deserve that position that he’s occupying. They need to appoint a sober and realistic person who doesn’t live in denial. He’s denial and ignorance is so gross that one tends to start thinking that he himself is involved in the trafficking. I have not seen such kind of ignorance & denial from a lead investigator of a police force!
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Huan Bui
Vietnamese here, both the family and the kid already know what they will do in Europe. We all knew that most of them working in weed farm, whoever made it their family in Vietnam had much better life than other in their village and will became examples to encourage other family send their member to Europe. We all known what we a signing for.
 
 
 
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Illumine Cortana
Maybe they should put “GROOMING GANGS” also in different LINGUISTIC SPIN, what a DISGRACE, knowing what we know now how they treated these girls!!
 
 
 
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Spiritual Divine
This blows my mind!!
 
 
 
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J West
“They are so small… and black… I mean the hair- otherwise they are yellow.” …can we not? 🙄😒
 
 
 
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Elangbam
Wow never knew Germany was so mess up and I used to look up to Germany as championing of human rights. UK great respect. I humble citizen from south east Asia salute the citizens and govt. Of great Britain.
 
 
 
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indrinita
It’s disgusting how adrej was basically describing them like cattle – “you can’t tell with them if they’re young or old”, “they’re all yellow with black hair”, “they all look the same” – the same old tropes Europeans have of anyone who’s racialized, and why basically these lives are not even noticed when they’re lost. And totally disgusting that the Berlin police don’t even believe that the people being trafficked are minors – as if that were somehow the only issue! If the people being trafficked aren’t European, then the traffickers basically don’t even have to pay for their crimes. Since when is 3 and a half years sufficient punishment for putting people into slavery and probably also murdering some of them!
 
 
 
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petrockish
Dear DW, i love your documentaries, but as network of one of the founding countries of the EU, you should really know that Council of Europe and European Council are not synonymous First, to which the interviewed gentleman works for, is a human rights organisation while the latter is an intergovernmental part of the EU itself..
 
 
 
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TRIBUTEWRESTLINGBIGK
Wow, if expected more from Germany, a country, with such a dark history!😤😤😤
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Faraz khan
Very good journalism. Keep up the good work. Please also make documentaries on Pakistan as well.
 
 
 
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Dewi Elang
Sick world that we live in
 
 
 
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Mohammed Says Rashid
Another time Respectable Documentary channel(DW) Shared Unique ,important Matter Touches human Rights, Human Tragedy in ultra Eastern countries ,Video Focusing lights on this Terrifying ,Brutal ,Extortion ,Modern Human slavery Phenomenon .most successfully documentary video created by this lovely channel
 
 
 
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Apocalypse bystander 2
“Where there’s demand, there’s business.” Quote somebody.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Jogie Glen Mait
Someone’s lobbying to prevent anti-trafficking laws to be passed, eh?
 
 
 
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Tee Tee
Good work DW!!! Keep diving Deep!🔥🔥🔥🔥
 
 
 
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sleepUser
“The AP Stylebook no longer sanctions the term 「illegal immigrant」 or the use of 「illegal」 to describe a person. Instead, it tells users that 「illegal」 should describe only an action, such as living in or immigrating to a country illegally.”
 
 
 
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Casey Wiggin
This is so sad…
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Julie Kai'li'hiwa
We can be outraged and feel woke…but we can actually help eliminate a part of human trafficking / child labor/hazardous work conditions if we are willing to demand our smart phones manufacturing are not violating supply chain ethics and human rights laws by using forced child labor Lithium-Ion and Cobalt mining. Amnesty International reported this as recently as 2019.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Faerie Katie
I’m left speechless 😲😲😠🤬
 
 
 
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Ka Ma
UNICEF, UN, Social Services, Coyotes, Politicians, Religious Institutions, NGO’s, Billionaires. Here. You have your child trafficking gang.
 
 
 
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MrXLat
In the end of 90s and up to 05, UK and Ireland was eastern European ‘dream’ destination country as these country’s where finnaly free from USSR and wanted to live normal life… There where lot’s and lot’s of people who was tricked into ‘modern slavery’ – as they arrived in the job site their passports taken as leverage so they couldn’t leave and where just slaved for 12-14h/day for minimal wage(that wasn’t as advertised) and people couldn’t get out because they didn’t know country, it’s laws, nor proper English language… Now eastern Europeans are smart enough, so it’s Germany’s turn to ‘host’ vulnerable this time Vietnamese people who just seek better life and believe on every word. But the scheme is the same…
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Finz 97
“If a man sells his daughter as a servant, she is not to go free as male servants do. If she does not please the master who has selected her for himself, he must let her be redeemed. He has no right to sell her to foreigners, because he has broken faith with her.” (Exodus 21:7-8)
 
 
 
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M L
Corruption at so many levels. The value of human life becomes less and less. They’re day will come, sooner than they think.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Izhar fatima
Looks like the way it is handled, soon it would be seen ; first stage trial in pending of legalizing it then other stages to get it done.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dan H.
I feel unsafe in Germany now
 
 
 
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Armored Battalion PHI formerly Team Philippines
HUMAN TRAFFICING Must stop from Point A (Viet Nam)
 
 
 
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Ae Norist
Good arguments pro the death penalty, DW.
 
 
 
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Anita Kotval Our life in Germany
Maybe we need to be more attentive and not turn a blind eye to the people who attend to us in shops/nail salons. It’s important to be concerned beyond the service you are paying for..
 
 
 
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Kirill
There’s a no chance that in modern world this type of crime in shown scheme can exist without control from government or related groups from start to finish. Why and for what this show? Actually not hard question.
 
 
 
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painter Jimmy
Do a doc on the southern border of USA, the world deserves to see the truth
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Style & Food with Laila الموضة و الطعام مع ليلى
I stopped going to those vietnamese and asian nail salon after one tech tendingbto me seemed forced to work and mad at the world. I always suspected few these places may be forcing people to work. I buy my own Chanel nail polish and do my own nails
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rockee Rockey
Some human beings aren’t human!
 
 
 
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Micheal Westfall
There’s a good reason to legalize illegal substances; it would male it harder for crime syndicates to exist. I rather have my drugs be peddled by big pharma than shadowy figures.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Merlin Smura
DW is way above average, when it comes to quality of documentaries made in germany for germans.
 
 
 
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Natasha S
Slavery or not, how are these youngsters are in a foreign land — with what papers/visas? Their local owners — are they not liable for “hiring” “illegals”? What am I supposed to think about the every nail salon in my city (monopoly) that is fully staffed with Asian women of various ages, different English-speaking ability, and a guy at the cash register? I stopped going after 2-3 times. I pay more to a single manicurist in a full-service hair salon with people of the ethnic mix reflecting my area. Something that feels normal. Asian nail salons, no matter how many doors they opens doors fans running, impossible to breathe in. How these women work there for hours is beyond me. Are these women here legally? Who is looking? Who is checking? Are these salons creating an unfair competition to the local entrepreneurs?
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odakyu odakyu
I’m loving the way that the Vietnamese mafia decided in the late 1990s ‘europe needs nail salons at an affordable price’
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Hang Nguyen
This is gonna give me nightmares but I’m gonna try to watch it for learning purpose
 
 
 
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Rhet Leonard
What is the silver lining to this sad reality? Are the lives of the “victims/family of victims” in any way improved? The focus of this doc is the exploitative arrangement. Yes….the traffickers are becoming wealthy and are ruthless brutes, but are the lives of powerless somehow improved? Albeit at a high price…
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rosee G
That’s why I have extreme trust issue.
 
 
 
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Christine Dowd
No danger? Really a 12 yr old girl with no parents who doesn’t speak English or another language?!!!!
 
 
 
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Shiv Kumar Pillay
 
 
 
 
*Julie Marie*
I love watching the British Parliament. Is just so interesting to me
 
 
 
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Heather Feather
There was a cannibus farm close to my house which being run by Cambodians. All of the people in poor Southeast Asian countries are vulnerable.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cal L
The documentary is brilliant, and it covered POV from different parties. However, I find one significant voice is missing. What is Vietnamese authority doing? Surely they are aware of human trafficking crisis. If they can stop the criminals from baiting the Vietnamese and taking them abroad, surely they won’t end up in European countries.
 
 
 
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Kerry Jones
The world has so many problems 😩 Dear Jesus, take the wheel 🙏
 
 
 
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Megan Gorski
Also, Germany is clearly useless is combatting this issue.
 
 
 
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Lovin'Life2016
I think someone should investigate Sebastian Laudan, the Lead Investigator for Berlin State Bureau. Follow the money. From the way he speaks, he is on the wrong side of the fence.
 
 
 
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Jo S
But it’s unbearable to see the trafficker free giving interviews.Why is he not arrested?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dim K
What about the specific religion child rape gangs in UK and Europe? I thought the documentary would mainly cover that.. Unfortunately not
 
 
 
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Blue Nikayah Jihbed
the law they are stateing here about not reporting to the police about the vietnamese children getting smuggeld is for all the lawyers. its actually a state law that even survives in sweden where it says “as long as u have roof above ur head and food u are safe” the situation percay has no meaning its a wormhole for the smuggelers and the state. as they get most of their economics/resources go around this way.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Kathleen a
So sad. Most don’t care about this situation.
 
 
 
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Jacob Cuntington
Crazy how lenient the sentences are.
 
 
 
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Joanna Sliwa
There are moments when you are ashamed of your origins . Right now I’m so ashamed of being a Polishwoman .
 
 
 
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Neptune Vibe
I’ve heard living in Vietnam is amazing
 
 
 
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Brando and the new romantics
We need The Batman to put a stop to this.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Zedkay
People themselves want to travel West for better life and good money so blaming only smugglers is not fair. People entering illegally are very much aware what they are getting into. Equally responsible are they and their families, only blaming traffickers is not fair
 
 
 
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ActualReality
“It may seem like exploitation but it doesn’t have to be!” – Lead Investigator tf. this guy is a joke they know exactly what’s happening. He likely gets paid a grip of all that revenue to precisely pretend like he doesn’t see a problem. fuck humanity.
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Faro Zara
“… the Pen of the Centre of the covenant[Abdu’l-Bahá(The servant of the glory of God)]has repeatedly prophesied the intolerable calamities which must beset, this wayward humanity ere it heeds the life-giving Teachings of Bahá’u’lláh(The promised one of all ages).” “Chaos and confusion are daily increasing in the world. They will attain such intensity as to render the frame of mankind unable to bear them. Then will men be awakened and become aware that religion (The Bahá’í’ Faith) is impregnable stronghold and the manifest light of the world, and its laws, exhortations and teachings the source of life on earth.” (Shoghi Effendi-Compilations, Lights of Guidance, p. 126)
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الناصب للنواصب
This almost happened to me
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Aurelius Wright
So, it’s clear that Sebastian Laudan, just doesn’t care about these victims.
 
 
 
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TheBub26 strode
hunter and the big guy dabbled in this. i think that might explain the open southern border
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
King EDWARD
This never happened in China. In fact, no homeless in China because their state government bring everyone and lifted them to the middle class after 40 years of economic struggle. Free education, housing units, healthcare, life insurance, basic food and commodities are cheap and very affordable to all. Free broadband, electricity, subsidized apartments for factory workers from the provinces.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Daves BainRPS
No justice no freedom
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Noah Nahas
DW Documentaries: LOVE FROM BRAZIL!!!
 
 
 
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Kangana Joker Ranaut
Some comments here are so insensitive and cruel…
 
 
 
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Heidi Ho
I’m disappointed in Germany. That lead investigator is part of a big cruel problem
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Stephanie Nguyen
 
 
 
 
Stefan
How did they keep disappearing from the Dutch shelters???
 
 
 
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Lurking Arachnid
Well, how about the punishment for human trafficking is life in prison with parole or death sentence
 
 
 
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Arie cancer
The first time I didn’t want to hear Lithuania been spoken of. But I think It’s hard truth and to stop it we should know about it
 
 
 
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Megan Gorski
That German police chief is alarmingly dim.
 
 
 
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ClownBizz Entertainment
The producers of this show make me sick. These poor people give interviews expecting to be blurred out and you still show parcel face shots and then show more and more along with lower face shots. You think other people won’t recognize these poor people?? I’m sure you’ve gotten people killed over your negligence.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Txddy Farquh
Idk why this doco reminds me of Liam Neeson’s “Taken”….. but damn shit is so sad yet so real
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
kukul roukul
Germany is starting to NEED an unpleasant wake-up due to their EGOISTIC approach to LIFE
 
 
 
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Jamie Dixon
This should not be happening!!!!!!!!@@
 
 
 
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TaisiiaNEWYORK
I’m crying 😢 so sorry for kids
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fjallräven
Ugh… I don’t know if it’s because he’s in a difficult position as Lead Investigator but Mr. Proper is spouting such a load of shinyBS it’s no wonder his head is glowing… 🤮
 
 
 
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Omagari Toshi
Sebastian Laudan: ‘That’s not our definition of human trafficking or slavery’, ‘Let’s not compare my country with another that’s a doing better job than us.’
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
NN
I am confused when you say that the children come to the hospital for medical care and then they “disappear” . Are u saying that the people at the hospital are co-conspirators in the child trade or are you saying that they dissapear because the facility has no security and people go in and out as they please? Either way, it sounds like there is a lot of corruption taking place and everyone is turning a blind eye. Can anyone walk out of that hospital with a baby??????
 
 
 
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Kamil Kravt
Said. Vietnam is one of the fastest developing countries in the world. many of those children would have a better future in their country but criminals lie to them about how great is life in Europe and how quickly they can earn lots of money
 
 
 
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Sadhu omkar Baba
I have always wanted not to see such videos because such traffickers are like demons
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Keith White
People would sell any think even there grandmother if they could , selling children or hiring used for slavery should carry a death sentence as imprisonment and fining just continues criminal actions . It’s the same with many criminal catchings , people reoffend continuously that helps circulation of criminal activities because of law policies there to weak and the jobs and money that’s made is on going never ending .
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
INDIVIDUAL
Hello Kids Stay Alert when it comes to offer a job abroad specially recruiter.
 
 
 
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Vickie Garri
But it’s happening around the world by all countries
 
 
 
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K Apple
this Australian woman documentary narrator has done great global work on trafficking. see her doco about Nigerian women trafficked in southern Italy by Nigerian mafia.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
madrededeus
As long as humans are ruled by a monetary system…..
 
 
 
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