Cambodia and vietnam sex slaves
He said things had dramatically improved in recent years but that some trade in minors still occurred behind closed doors.But Hun Sen, one of the world's longest serving leaders, took exception to the report.A CNN report broadcast on July 25 featured three girls who were reportedly rescued from the sex trade by Agape International Missions (AIM), a charity founded by an American pastor which has been operating in the country since 1988.The girls had first appeared in a 2013 documentary by CNN on Svay Pak, a poor suburb on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, before the network decided to pay them another visit this year and follow up on their fate.PHNOM PENH (AFP) - Cambodia's premier Hun Sen on Tuesday (Aug 1) ordered a Christian charity that rescues child sex slaves to be shut down, after it featured in a recent CNN report that he described as an "insult" to his country.The impoverished nation has long been a destination for sex tourists, with minors often the victims of a flesh trade aided by endemic corruption.Very sensational and anecdotal, gives one outsider's narrow perspective and, in an exasperating number of instances, gives no consideration to how Asians themselves perceive the horrendous sex trade.Brown repeatedly jabs at myths about Asia only to reveal her own racist, simplistic and sometimes sexist assumptions.
She reveals in her lofty conclusion her desire for the book's "revelations" to lessen the burden for women in Asia--more classic ignorance on her part: that the solution has to come from western/outside readers as locals themselves don't know how bad their own situation is.
SEX SLAVES turns that belief on its head to show that while western sex tourists have played a vital part in the growth of the industry, the primary customers of Asia's indentured sex workers and of its child prostitutes are overwhelmingly Asian men.
Here are the voices of some of the world's most si The Asian sex trade is often assumed to cater predominantly to foreigners.
https://hagarinternational.org/usa/ Volunteer Opportunities: Yes Hagar International is an international Christian organization committed to the recovery, empowerment and reintegration of women and children in Myanmar, Afghanistan, Cambodia and Vietnam. Department of State as one of the six world heroes in the fight against modern slavery.
Pierre Tami and his wife, Simonetta, launched Hagar in 1994 in Cambodia with the vision of empowering women and children from devastating backgrounds of violence, abuse and trafficking to become strong, resilient and independent members of the community. Hagar's purpose is singular: it restores broken lives.