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Women and girls are no doubt more vulnerable in this conflict situation. They are systematically raped by the Burmese military. A 2002 report called, “License to Rape” by the Shan Women’s Action Network gathered international attention. And there have been other documented reports of rape cases in other ethnic minorities. (Note that these reports never reach to local people. The Burmese government disputes all the documentation of rape cases). Given these situations in Burma, these women and girls have no choice but to seek a “better life” in Thailand.
The villagers in Burma might be aware of being trafficked.В But they do not want to live under the oppression of Burmese government. To migrate to thailand illegally, they need smugglers to leave the village to the enticement of traffickers offering a way to make money. And as you might have known from the readings, they have been sold to brothel owners, and became sex workers, to pay for the debt bondage.
The general Thais see Burmese migrant workers as the enemy who came to Thailand. In general, women are vulnerable to physical and sexual abuses.
“There were two women living together, one had a work permit, and one didn’t. They were raided by the police and taken into custody. The police demanded money, from one of the girls, and searched her vagina for money, and cut her long hair to humiliate her. She had to go to hospital for bodily injury from the search.” (PHR interview, 2004 Thailand)
Some traffickers of women and girls are police, border and immigration officials. Thus, the Burmese victims of trafficking are not identified as such by the Thai authorities, but are instead considered illegal migrants, are arrested and detained, and in some cases, they have been trafficked again by the officials themselves. Punishment of victims of trafficking without prosecution of traffickers reinforces the pattern of exploitation of women and girls.
To sum up, the Burmese government’s human rights violation especially to ethnic minorities is one of the main factors fueling sex trafficking.Then, a lack of laws or failure of implementing laws that protect Burmese migrant workers in Thailand makes sex trafficked victims more vulnerable.
To eliminate trafficking will definitely take time. In the mean time, lots of international organizations that focus on anti-trafficking activities provide support for trafficked victims in Thailand. Other ethnic minority organizations also involve in those cases. There have been reports of interviews with those victims to raise awareness of these issues. I will look into the work of NGOs in helping trafficking victims in the following week.
Learning about sex trafficking…
For whatever reason, I keep finding myself confronted by issues pertaining to the sex trafficking industry, particularly that in South East Asia. The other day, my church showed a preview for a movie–opening today–dealing with the sex trafficking industry and how musicians are responding to it. It’s called Call + Response , and it looked like a compelling movie. I went home and found the preview on youtube; you can watch it here.
I was surprised and disappointed to see that it had received so few views: as I write, it has only received 11,561. This prompted me to search two of my favorite sites to learn new stuff, youtube and wikipedia, to see what kind of information/resources were readily available online.
What I found was both depressing and encouraging. The encouraging thing was how easy it was to find resources of all varieties on sex trafficking online. The first hit on a google search of “sex trafficking” was The Global Fund for Women (!), and an image search of the keyword led to some images like those found on this blog, which deals with prostitution in Korea. (I know Korea is East Asia, not South East Asia, but I think the blog is still relevant.)(I would have shown the pictures, but I couldn’t get my browser to upload properly.)
The depressing part was the reality that so many so young girls are forced to live. Roughly a million girls are trafficked across boarders each year (according to wikipedia), but about 21 million are in forced prostitution worldwide (meaning that most girls are victims of domestic trafficking). Some sources I found said that sex trafficking is the largest illicit global economy–bigger than drugs and illegal arms. Now that’s quite a statement.
I spent about an hour watching videos on youtube, all of them illuminating the industry in some fashion. Many had to do with Cambodia. If you want to learn more, I would recommend following this link to one video, and then following the rabbit trail that youtube will lead you on. People are watching the videos: many have around 200,000 views.
Many of these videos were posted by organizations that are working on the ground to help the women and girls, and I checked out some of their websites. So while this issue is depressing, at least some people care…
Exploring the Impacts of the Sex Trade in S. Asia.
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