Ruth Dearnley reflects on her experiences working to prevent human trafficking and exploitation on the Cambodian-Thailand border for Tui Motu InterIslands magazine.
In this article she explores how daily cross-border travel to earn a decent income is a normal way of life in Poi Pet. However this gateway to prosperity also hides hidden risks for many Cambodians. This personal reflection explores the complexities of ending trafficking and the ongoing work that needs to be done in order to help rebuild lives.
Read the full article here.