Sensational & Exaggerated Reporting Hinders Efforts to Tackle Human Trafficking

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Media Monitoring Africa says sensational and exaggerated reporting on human and child trafficking can often lead to a failure to address the real issue. MMA held an exhibition on Child Protection and Trafficking in Johannesburg. Key to developing the exhibit was the participation of children.

Listen to Richelle Seton-Rogers’ report (Broadcast on SAFM 105.1 FM on Midday Live 24 November 2010)

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