Jason Mraz in Myanmar | 22mins
Director: MTV EXIT | Producer: MTV EXIT
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: Thailand
On the 16th of December 2012, Jason Mraz travelled to Yangon to perform at MTV EXIT: Live In Myanmar, the first major concert in the country against human trafficking featuring an international artist. During his stay in Yangon, Jason was invited to a monastery in the heart of the city to meet a youth organisation, AFXB, who uses interactive community theatre to promote peer-to-peer learning about social issues such as human trafficking, as well as to meet a group of survivors who share their stories with him. In this moving half-hour special, we follow Jason as he gets involved in the youth engagement activities, hears the survivorsâ€™ stories about their lives in slavery before escape and their hopes to use their own experiences to speak out and help put an end to human exploitation. We see how these experiences inspire him to join the fight, spread the message and raise awareness about exploitation and human trafficking through his music, in this historic free concert attended by 70,000 fans.
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