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Striking The Brothels’ Bottom Line (Cambodia)

STRIKING THE BROTHELS’ BOTTOM LINEBy Nicholas D. KristofPublished: January 10, 2009http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/11/opinion/11kristof.html POIPET, Cambodia – In trying to figure out how we can defeat sex trafficking, a starting point is to think like a brothel owner. […]

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If This Isn’t Slavery, What Is? (Cambodia)

IF THIS ISN’T SLAVERY, WHAT IS?By Nicholas D. KristofPublished: January 3, 2009http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/04/opinion/04kristof.html PHNOM PENH, Cambodia – Barack Obama’s presidency marks a triumph over the legacy of slavery, so it would be particularly meaningful if he […]

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Court Rules Niger Failed By Allowing Girl’s Slavery

COURT RULES NIGER FAILED BY ALLOWING GIRL’S SLAVERYBy Lydia Polgreen, New York TimesPublished: October 27, 2008http://www.nytimes.com/2008/10/28/world/africa/28niger.html?_r=2DAKAR, Senegal — A West African regional court ruled Monday that the government of Niger had failed to protect a […]