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Topic: Sex Trafficking

Live Smiling Girls!

June 13, 2012 ·  By MARGARET WRIGHT,

A May 25 KOAT news report about a YouTube spoof was evidence enough that the county commissioner’s controversy is fading into parody. The video depicted a condiment-squirting hot dog running for office.


Migrant women treated like slaves

June 9, 2012 ·  By Nguyen Hung,

Hanoi (AsiaNews) – Thousands of Vietnamese women who immigrate to Malaysia full of hope for a brighter future and better wages find themselves instead victims of abuse, exploitation and prostitution. About 100,000 Vietnamese work in the Muslim country, 60 per cent women, mostly from the poorer regions of Vietnam. They are not very educated and […]


More fun in the Philippines?

June 7, 2012 ·  By Fr. Shay Cullen

Sex tourism is a world wide reality and those who deny it are living far from reality. In the Philippines an estimated 60,000 commercially sexually exploited children are suffering abuse and lost childhoods according to a UNICEF estimate and millions more worldwide. There are stringent laws against it that are not being enforced.


Melissa Woodward: A Sex Slave's Story

April 3, 2012 ·  By Zsa Zsa Palagyi, The 700 Club,

Melissa grew up with dreams of being a police officer and a mother, but a family member of hers had other plans. In the late 1980s, this individual groomed Melissa to be a sex slave in the Dallas/Ft.Worth area. He physically abused and sexually molested her until the age of 12 and then began selling Melissa to other men.


United Nations Human Rights Council Universal Periodic Review

November 28, 2011 · 

Jubilee Campaign promotes the human rights and religious liberty of ethnic and religious minorities; advocates the release of prisoners of conscience imprisoned on account of their faith; advocates for and assists refugees fleeing religious based persecution; and protects and promotes the dignity and safety of children from bodily harm and sexual exploitation.


The Moral Challenge of Responsible Tourism

November 2, 2011 ·  By Fr. Shay Cullen

The Philippines is spending large amounts of money for a slogan that will summarize a new attractive tourism programme to promote the best aspects of the beautiful country and its people. It is not hard to love the Philippines once you visit here. The people in general are courteous, welcoming, friendly and hospitable. There are […]


Most London sex workers 'not trafficked', says study

October 31, 2011 ·  , BBC News

The majority of interviewed migrant workers in the sex industry in London are not forced nor trafficked, says a report. The International Union of Sex Workers (IUSW) welcomed the new research by a team led by Dr Nick Mai. The Metropolitan Police said it worked hard to prevent trafficking. Last year the Association of Chief Police […]


Real problem

October 11, 2011 ·  , Editorial, Philippine Daily Inqirer

There was a lot of hue and cry about the statement of US Ambassador Harry Thomas at a recent judicial conference on human trafficking that 40 percent of foreign male tourists visit the Philippine for commercial sex. At first the ambassador refused to change his statement when asked by Philippine officials to apologize for it, […]


Sen. Cayetano hits Palace downplay of sex tours

September 27, 2011 ·  By Cathy Yamsuan, Philippine Daily Inquirer

How exactly would Malacañang know if a tourist was coming to the Philippines for sex? Did he check a box on his visa application indicating so? Senate women and youth committee chairperson Pia Cayetano wanted to know in a privilege speech she delivered Monday, after the Palace downplayed last week a claim made by US Ambassador […]


Preda Newsletter March 2008

March 4, 2008 · 

Profiles in Courage Maryann is one of the outspoken young leaders of the Preda Youth organization AKBAY. She is a strong minded and determined young lady that is an advocate for children’s and women rights. Maryann is also a talented actress and has traveled for the past three years to Europe in the star role […]

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