Posted in January 18th, 2011


Community Service Announcements on Labour Trafficking

Agricultual Worker

This short film shows a migrant working who has been trafficked into the agriculture industry in Australia.

Restaurant Worker

This short film shows a worker who has been trafficked into a commercial kitchen in Australia.

Domestic Worker

This short film gives an insight into the life of a migrant worker trafficked into a private home in Australia. She tells us her working conditions were initially reasonable, but that her employer threatened her with deportation and now she feels like she is treated like a slave.

Education Videos
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Human Trafficking

Broken Dreamers MTV EXIT & BIRKII

Broken Dreamers, created via McCann Sydney, tells the story of three characters caught in nightmarish modern-day slavery scenarios.

25 Painfully Disturbing Facts About Human Trafficking

There are more slaves today than ever before in human history. The average cost of a slave in 2013 was between $90 and $100.

Sold to the Sea

Many Burmese head to Thailand seeking jobs but face abuse and exploitation in the fishing industry.

The Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking

This Public Service Announcement produced by the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC) shows how victims of human trafficking are coerced into believing they are being offered a better life.

This song Saved My Life

MTV EXIT and Simple Plan, in partnership with USAID, AusAID and Walk Free, have produced a music video for the band\'s track This Song Saved My Life to highlight the dangers and impact of human trafficking

Victim Translation Assistance Tool

VITA is a unique new tool using audio messages, that allows law enforcement officials to provide a level of basic assistance to victims of human trafficking. Human trafficking survivors contributed to the development of these messages, which were also supported by experts in human trafficking focused on victims\' needs.

Street Dreams

Street Dreams explores the world of girls trafficked into the South East Asian sex trade, and those trying to save them. Through interviews, hidden camera footage and input from those working on the edge, Street Dreams is a raw and gripping look at the hopes and dreams of those struggling to free themselves from the ruthless international flesh trade that threatens to consume their very souls.

Deported Without Justice

Sr. Justine Serapati SJA testifies on the trafficking of women and girls in Kandhamal-Odisha, India, at an UN side event organised by Franciscans InternationalI.

Trading Lives

This is just a glimpse to make you think ... and look beneath the surface of what\\\'s around you. No country has yet eliminated human trafficking and slavery. We must all do something now

What Does it Take to Educate a Girl

Framed by the United Nations global initiative to provide equal access to education for girls by 2015, To Educate a Girl takes a ground-up and visually stunning view of that effort through the eyes of girls in Nepal and Uganda who are out of school, starting school, or fighting against the odds to stay in school.

Look Beneath the Surface

This informational video on human trafficking and how to identify and assist victims is part of the Rescue & Restore Victims of Human Trafficking public awareness campaign, an initiative of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Human Trafficking: A Battle in the Depth of Darkness

This video was presented as an undergraduate assignment at Queensland University by Melody Groenenboom as she wanted to raise awareness of the horrors of human trafficking.

The Trafficked Women of India\'s Brothels

Produced by the CNN Freedom Project this video depicts Women’s rights advocate Zainab Salbi interviewing a brothel owner who explains that the majority of prostitutes in India are trafficked women who have been sold into slavery.

To Whom It May Concern

A video on human trafficking. Artfully Unforgotten was commissioned by Franciscans International and the Sisters of Notre Dame. It includes stories about women and children who have been helped by religious communities.


Supermarket Slave Trail

This shocking expose from Guardian Films reveals the invisible slavery propping up Thailand\'s multi-billion dollar fishing industry.

Selling of Innocents

The Selling of Innocents follows the flesh trade from its source in Katmandu to the sex factories of Bombay. The young girls who work inside the brothels are modern-day sex slaves. In fact, many of them are Nepalese children valued for their exotic looks. (Produced by APltdCanada)

St Josephine Bakhita

February 8 is the feast day of St. Josephine Bakhita, who was kidnapped as a child and sold into slavery in Sudan and Italy. Once Josephine was freed, she dedicated her life to sharing her testament of deliverance from slavery and comforting the poor and suffering.

Journey to Freedom

Journey to Freedom is a documentary that brings to life the startling similarities between historic slavery and human trafficking, inspiring todays freedom fighters. Produced by the National Underground Freedom Center, with support from US State Dept and Google.

Illuminating the World of Modern-day Slavery

Lisa Kristine uses photography to expose deeply human stories and inspire change. Her talk on Modern Slavery coupled with her photographic images vividly portrays the horror of this evil in our world

Top 10 Facts About the S Word

A video presented by Free the Slaves

Child Slavery

Child Trafficking and Exploitation in Australia

In her talk at the Counter Child Trafficking Global Online Conference 2013, Jennifer Burn provides an understanding of the nature and scope of trafficking in Australia, and the Australian Government and community response to trafficking and research into child trafficking trends and data collection.

Beautiful Slave

This is a music video about human trafficking and child slavery. Take No Glory wrote "Beautiful Slave" after reading a true story of a little girl that was trafficked and forced to be a child sex slave. We hope and pray this song will bring awareness.

ILO Reports on Child Labour

In 2010 the International Labour Office (ILO) warns that efforts to eliminate the worst forms of child labour are slowing down and calls for a re-energized global campaign to end the practice.

Ending child Labour by 2016

There has been progress in the effort to eliminate the worst forms of child labour worldwide. But as the world gets closer to the deadline in 2016 for the eradication of child labour around the world, the pace of progress is slowing.

Slaves of the Lake

Lake Volta is an enormous man made lake in Ghana which sustains a large fishing industry. Unfortunately, child labor is being utilized at the local level and children are being sold into service on the lake by families and caretakers in poor financial situations. This film examines this practice and encourages action to keep families together and stop the exploitation of children for labor to support the fishing industry in Ghana on Lake Volta.

The Dark Side of Chocolate

A documentary about child slavery in cocoa industry.

Forced Marriage

Forced Marriage - Saras Story

The British High Commission commissioned three short animated documentaries on the issue of Forced Marriages in Pakistan in an attempt to raise awareness of this human rights violation.

Child Marriage

The Bride Price

The Bride Price: Consequences of Child Marriage Worldwide is a video containing moving images by Stephanie Sinclair - recipient of the 2007 UNICEF Photo of the Year - on the many issues of child marriage.

Organ Trafficking


Produced by The Center for Bioethics and Culture (Lines That Divide, 2009), Eggsploitation spotlights the booming business of human eggs told through the tragic and revealing stories of real women who became involved and whose lives have been changed forever.