Investigative journalism can "spark action" when it comes to helping end human trafficking, according to a recent United Nations report that examined CNN Freedom Project's "Factory Slaves" investigation.
The U.N. Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking (UNIAP) details how CNN senior international correspondent Dan Rivers and his colleagues uncovered bonded labor in Southeast Asia, where workers had been sent abroad, burdened with large debts and forced to work long hours for years at a time. The practice was part of the complex trail of exploitation in a business supply chain.
In one bonded labor scheme, recruiters got jobs for Cambodian workers at a Malaysian factory. As part the Factory Slaves investigation, which debuted in late 2011, CNN alerted a client company to the factory and the recruiters that employed the migrant workers, who were stranded abroad after surrendering their passports to their employer.
That client company "was moved to action by the (CNN) report," the UNIAP report states, and "quickly took action through an on-site audit at the factory in Penang (Malaysia), and ultimately ensured that their supplier improved the pay and conditions at their factory."
Read the full UNIAP report here.
ZAMBIA IS ONE OF THE CAUNTRIES IN AFRICA WITH HIGH LEVELS OF OF HUMAN TRAFIKING!!
Shame on you CNN not showing the world what is happening in Burma of killing innocent muslims......
Have never seen an innocent muslim.
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human trafficking is the urgently and seriously case untill now..
Hence, security enhancements totally be needed by the all society...
more over the action by all government to solve this case...
without a hope of work; even if it was low pay they would probably suffer more pain staying in their own country owing high
debts. i.think you need to evaluate each case to see if they had a road out before thinkin they were forced
I think we should mind your own buisness.
Hello, I am writing to you from a situation that does not give me no peace nor to citizens of Russia. It's about Krymsk and other cities that benefit from the flood. I like most, you first believed in the official data and our trusted TV channels, but the date of mp back to the Internet started to get horrible video from the scene. At first I did not believe it but after a night on the video was so much doubt that there was no meaning. I wrote virtually all the major TV channels in our country with links to the video that disproves the official data of the dead, and in the general version of the authorities about what was happening. I received no answer ... And the news does not show ... After that I was in a very shocked state wrote to the administration of our president's online letter as an argument which resulted in the same video, but also got no answer ... I beg you to help all internet soobschesvo in Russia shocked by what is happening! But not any action is taken! I'll give you the following links to videos and would like to ask you to give it wide publicity! And to help those people out there who are suffering!! that grief has touched the whole country, and the fact that the authorities do not be no explanation or understanding! PLEASE HELP! Najd ALL FOR YOU!! Sorry for my English, wrote a letter with the help of online translator!
These are just some video if you need more material then please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Shame on you CNN not showing the world what is happening in Burma of killing innocent muslims
Just like Kenya, Europe, Philippines, Thailand, all everyone elses fault right? Either accept that you can't create a sovereign province in other countries, but must live under their laws. Stop killing black people in Sudan. Intolerance incites intolerance.
Some of these foks telling us how bad it is should come visit us here sometime. we don't exactly live in Shang ri la ourselves anymore. Ever sometimes feel after 3+ years of Obama that if it wasen't for bad luck some of us would have no luck at all!!
Go to any random gulf country and witness SLAVERY IN PLAIN SITE!!! No investigation is required there!
There are about a million people from south (east) asia tricked into practically slavery there building shiny sky scrapers, cleaning dirt or being personal slaves to oil rich arabs or rich westerners.
But the west doesn't do anything because its companies are profiting from it!! Zero labour costs building shiny sky scrapers or oil drilling or cleaning etc etc...
EVERYONE who has been in these countries knows this is slavery but no one who can change things complains because it's too easy using these slaves!
the difference between a child who is raped and given sweets and a child who is raped and given money to buy sweets is like that between a woman who is raped and given food and a woman who is raped and given money to buy food. such difference is that same as the difference between a person who is employed and given food and a person who is employed and paid money to buy food. the problem of slavery is a problem of a man making USE of another for his own benefit...whether we call it employment or slavery it doesn't matter. ABOLISH employment system if you are serious about ending slavery. enterpreneurs should SHARE equaly on risk and benefit with all workers
Please rescue that young lady of the forced labor.
journalism, havent seen that in years
I just wish CNN's freedom project would go the extra step to ensure these criminals have no privacy in what they do. Have the courage to use undercover recording, especially in the charity investigation. The facts are what matter and all that matter.
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An interesting discussion is worth comment. I do think that you ought to publish more on this issue, it may not be a taboo subject but generally people do not talk about such subjects. To the next! Kind regards!!|
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