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Our Daughters For Sale| 12mins
Director: Clara Simpson | Producer: Jenny Bae
Focus Years: 2012 | Country: United States
Subject Tags: asia, crime, human rights, thailand, trafficking
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Human trafficking is a terrible crime that is commonly associated with big cities and tourist centers in southeast Asia. While victim's tales often pair tragedy with a need to survive, the story in the far flung hill tribes of Thailand is something completely different. To counter the common practice of selling children, Children's Organization of Southeast Asia (COSA) is attempting a new method of education, help and prevention to keep children from being sold into the sex trade. Rather than fight the industry and change the minds of those already caught up in the trade, COSA educates families and puts young girls on a path that will lead to a much better future.
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