HUMAN TRAFFICKING - BURKINA FASO | A journalist and human rights | 4 Jul 2012 | Amnesty International UK



Please view this photo essay on human trafficking for the sex industry in Burkina Faso which was published by The Guardian last week. Images are by photographer Angela Catlin who travelled with me to Ouagadougou - the nation's capital - to report on the issue.


Our trip to Burkina Faso was part funded by the International Network of Street Papers.


Thanks for your time.


Billy Briggs.

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