The Storm Makers

The Storm Makers
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The Storm Makers (abridged version)
More than half a million Cambodians work abroad, and a staggering number of those become slaves. Many are young women, held prisoner and forced to work in horrific conditions, sometimes…
The Storm Makers (full version)
More than half a million Cambodians work abroad, and a staggering number of those become slaves. Many are young women, held prisoner and forced to work in horrific conditions, sometimes…

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Chris

Great insight into the push factors of human trafficking in poor countires

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