Posts Tagged ‘human trafficking films’

Sands of SilenceChelo Alvarez-Stehle has produced a documentary on slavery in the form of human sex trafficking. Here’s the description from the film’s website:

“In Sands of Silence, a 15-year quest to expose the underworld of sex trafficking from Asia to the Americas leads journalist Chelo Alvarez-Stehle back to the windswept beach where her childhood ended and family secrets began. Documenting the transformation of young women in Mexico and Nepal from powerless victims to resilient survivors and passionate advocates, Chelo undertakes a parallel journey toward personal healing and family reconciliation.

An intimate story about an endemic problem, Sands of Silence celebrates the triumph of the spirit with a call to action to break the chains of sexual exploitation worldwide.”

Find other FILMS or BOOKS about slavery and human trafficking

The Justice Conference premiered Blue Like Jazz last year, and decided to incorporate a film festival as part of the conference.  The Justice Film Festival will be held in Philadelphia, PA February 22-24, 2013. You can submit a film,  register and find out more at The Justice Film Festival.

Truckers Against Trafficking has created a human trafficking training video to educate the trucking industry about the enormous problem of sex trafficking and labor trafficking here in the United States.


Truckers Against Trafficking (28:11) from iEmpathize on Vimeo.

Because human trafficking becomes a costly, dangerous and relevant safety issue when it intersects with truckers and travel plaza employees, we hope trucking companies, travel plazas, truck-driving schools, state associations and national trucking associations will consider making this DVD a part of their orientation and training for all employees,” said Kendis Paris, national director for Truckers Against Trafficking.

Visit Truckers Against Trafficking for more information aobut the video, or to order a copy on DVD.

“Not My Life is the first documentary film to depict the horrifying and dangerous practices of human trafficking and modern-day slavery on a global scale.
 
Filmed on five continents over a period of four years, Not My Life unflinchingly, but with enormous dignity and compassion, depicts the unspeakable practices of a multi-billion dollar global industry whose profits, as the film’s narration says, “are built on the backs and in the beds of our planet’s youth.”