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India: Missing Children, Trafficking And Growth Of Child Slavery

Amrita Paul at Youth Ki Awaaz opines that it is time to get serious about the issues of missing children, trafficking and the growth of child slavery in India.

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  • Hello,
    I reached here only because a photo from my film project – Sunrise (Arunoday) was used without permission by Amrita Paul at Youth Ki Awaaz http://www.youthkiawaaz.com/2011/05/child-trafficking-prostitution/ where she wrote an article on missing children, trafficking and the growth of child slavery in India.

    My film addresses the same issues and thus the photo with an child actress that I shot for my teaser trailer http://vimeo.com/19372581. I have been raising funds to make a feature film on the same issues. I have raised 21,000USD by crowd-funding and hope to start shooting soon.

    I agree it’s time to do something about this problem.

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