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Kara includes five case studies—India and Nepal, Italy and Western Europe, Moldova and the Former Soviet Union, Albania and the Balkans, and Thailand and the Mekong Subregion—and in each one he tells a story of government complicity in trafficking and the ubiquitous police violence against women and children in the commercial sex industry. He also comprehensively analyzes the economic factors that draw desperate women, minorities, and children to migrate to richer countries.
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So when Storm dies in a tragic car accident on the night of her high school graduation, Anna is completely lost. One of the things that floored me when I moved to Wisconsin from Texas was how much I heard on the news and in the media more broadly about sex trafficking in the state. The bulk of those cases were specifically related to sex trafficking and 20 of them were minors anyone under Sex Trafficking is rare, but it is present in YA fiction. Thus, a friction. A year-old Moldovan girl whose parents have been killed is brought to the United States to work as a slave for a family in Los Angeles. But her American dream quickly spirals into a nightmare.
Lisa Harding jokes that she is going to choose a "nice cheery subject" for her next book before admitting that it is actually about children coping with alcoholic parents. But if it gets anything like the acclaim of her debut novel, "Harvesting", a heart-wrenching yet utterly gripping account of two sex trafficked teenage girls, her publishers will be more than happy. Harding, an actress best known for her part in the Irish television soap "Fair City", tells the story of two young girls who are "tricked, cajoled and forced" into prostitution, using alternating first-person narratives. She used real testimonies from trafficked to year-olds to "get into their heads", working with NGOs in Ireland and Moldova to build up a realistic picture of the girls and give "them back the voice they had been robbed of". Sammy is an off-the-rails middle-class Irish teenager while Nico is a studious Moldovan child who is sold into marriage by her father at 12 before being trafficked through Europe to Ireland. The girls end up being held in a house on a Dublin "ghost estate" left unfinished when the Irish property boom collapsed.
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