Redeye

An Australian perspective on trafficking

| September 5, 2008

Podcast




Artist: Louise Cleary
Title: Challenging the Trafficking of Women and Girls
Genre: Blues
Length: 0:15:49
Format: 44.1kHz, 128Kbps

Show Notes:

Young women from South East Asia are trafficked into the sex industry in their thousands.

Louise Cleary talks about the stories she hears from women and girls housed in the detention centre she visits in Melbourne, as part of her work with the organization Unanima.

Louise Cleary discusses the social change that needs to happen to put a stop to trafficking.

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