Redlight the plight of former sex slaves in cambodia
All three films benefit from Guy's undercover work in Cambodian brothels, using espionage equipment and secret cameras to research the plight of child trafficking victims.
focuses on the personal stories of the victims and two remarkable advocates for change in a nation that lived through the Killing Fields. VIP guests will join the VIP reception and Q&A at the CUE Art Gallery, 511 West 25th Street.Hunter and Andrea had the opportunity to meet Mu Suchoa, Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Cambodian parliamentarian and human rights activist at an Artists for Human Rights event co-hosted by Anne Archer and Donna Isham last night.What an incredible evening and what an amazing woman.For more than 25 years, Sochua has been a visionary and a crusader for human rights.Working diligently in the area of women’s rights, Sochua has also fought to stop human trafficking, child abuse, domestic violence, worker exploitation, corruption and government oppression.
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Both women have since been nominated for the Noble Peace Prize and won other numerous human rights awards around the world. This powerful, must-see film opens in New York City this Monday night, June 21, with a red carpet affair, followed by a VIP reception featuring celebrity guests. Expected guests for the star-studded event include Ambassador Mark Lagon, Alyse Nelson, president and C. All other guests are invited to a one-hour open bar after-party from pm at the Juliet Supper Club, located at 539 West 21st Street.