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Published on Mar 29, 2012
In remote parts of South East Asia new roads are often seen as positive signs of increases in prosperity; but for the minority groups that populate these regions, new roads are potentially pathways into trafficking and exploitation. In Ratanakiri, North East Cambodia, we meet with communities where new roads are having a dramatic impact in people's lives. Bringing change and concern to communities who are only just understanding the dangers of human trafficking.