About Trafficking – Demand & Supply
Child trafficking has been a problem for over three decades. Millions of children – boys and girls – have been subjected to untold abuse and shame. Our story reveals three kinds of trafficking that is still prevalent: direct kidnapping of children from their parents,use of trickery to con young girls into prostitution and lastly, a ‘voluntary’ entrapment – a form of trafficking that comes in the guise of legal marriages. This documentary is a series of 3 stories that bring to the forefront the poignant side of the crime committed against women and children.
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