The Human Trafficking of Rohingya

Aug 01, 2018, 11:57 AM

Human Trafficking. It’s a huge industry generating 100s of billions of dollars each year, through the exploitation of vulnerable people seeking a better future. The Rohingya are some of its victims. A few kind words and an offer of work beyond the camps, can lead men, women and children into the dark underbelly of slave-like employment and sex work. In this podcast we’re exploring what Rohingya go through and how they’re approached.

Warning: Listeners may find some of the descriptions in this podcast upsetting.

Sunai Phasuk; Asia Senior Researcher, Human Rights Watch: @sunaibkk

Robert Bilhiemer; President and Director, World Wide Documentaries: @worldwidedocumentaries

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