Books & Films to Learn about Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery

【July 30 is the UN-designated World Day Against Trafficking in Persons.】

Not For Sale Japan (NFSJ), which aims to realize a world without human trafficking and modern slavery, will take the opportunity to introduce books and films recommended by our staff every other day.

If any of the items sound interesting, check it out! (July~August, 2020)

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  • Vol. 14 “Not For Sale: The Return of the Global Slave Trade—And How We Can Fight It”

  • Vol. 13 “Our Nation and Immigrants: Foreign Workers and the Future of Japan” (Tentative English title)

  • Vol. 12 “Nefarious: Merchant of Souls” (film)

  • Vol. 11 “Nana-Sampo: Wondering if God Exists in Settings of Vulnerability and Recovery” (tentative English title)

  • Vol. 10 "Women Who Were Forced to Perform in Pornography” (tentative English title)

  • Vol. 9 “Black Gold: Wake Up and Smell the Coffee” (Film)

  • Vol. 8 "THE LAST GIRL: My Story of Captivity, and My Fight Against the Islamic State"

  • Vol. 7 "Disposable Foreigners: Japan as a Country of Immigrants without Human Rights” (tentative English title)

  • Vol. 6 “The Price of Free” (Film)

  • Vol.5 “Reportage: The Factories of Despair in Japan” (tentative English title)

  • Vol.4 “Underground Life of High School Girls: Girls Living in Relationship Poverty” (tentative English title)

  • Vol. 3 “Born Into Brothels: Calcutta’s Red Light Kids” (Film)

  • Vol.2 “30 Ways to Protect Child Rights Around the World: Leave No One Behind!”

  • Vol. 1 “OVERDRESSED:The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion”