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Those closest to the child’s situation and best able to assess it are to be consulted about the political, social and cultural ramifications of any reportage.6.
Do not publish a story or an image which might put the child, siblings or peers at risk even when identities are changed, obscured or not used.
By Ellen Tordesillas In an informal survey conducted by a civil society group working to stop human trafficking, they asked people in the streets what comes to their mind when they hear the phrase “human trafficking.”Everybody answered:“Traffic.” As in vehicular traffic.
Samson is a writer who is facing mental blockade that makes him very desperate.Below is an MTV presented during VERA Files' seminar-training for journalists on Human Trafficking in cooperation with the United States Embassy and the Embassy of Canada.