What Can the World Do About Sex Trafficking?

Each day in every corner of the World, women and girls are forced into wrenching conditions, their basic human rights are violated, and their lives are irreparably scarred. This session will bring to light the reality of sex trafficking around the World-and at home-and identify next the steps necessary to prevent it. The panel here includes Randy Newcomb, Ann Veneman, Nicholas Kristof, Kavita Ramdas, Sandra Day O'Connor and Megan McArdle.

Festival: 2010

Watch and Listen: World

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