Cambodia's aggressive anti-trafficking campaign is designed to rescue and rehabilitate sex workers. But many women say authorities in Cambodia are actually forcing them into a trade where conditions and pay are even worse: making clothing for Western brands. VICE founder Suroosh Alvi traveled to Phnom Penh to speak with former and current sex workers, officials, and labor organizers to investigate what is happening to those swept up in the country's trafficking crackdown.
(Reportagem do Canal VICE News mostra a Campanha Anti-Tráfico de Mulheres em Cambodia, que está incrementando o trabalho na indústria de roupas em condições análogas ao trabalho escravo. Roupas que são vendidas a empresas como Benneton e H&M).