Humans For Sale

CLIFFCENTRAL.COM  |  Series , ±32 min episodes total time 3 hr 17 min  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
Actor and activist Hlubi Mboya Arnold hosts conversations with thought-leaders and experts around the distressing topic of human trafficking, emphasising how much hope there is in making a positive change in the cause. In conjunction with the Hope Risen Foundation, brought to you by Phembani.

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#1 - Healing A Broken Society

In this introductory podcast, Hlubi Mboya Arnold narrates an interview Gareth Cliff had with Founder of Hope Risen Foundation, Tabitha Lage, as they discuss the harrowing and harsh realities of human trafficking. Get to grips with the second largest organised crime, superseded only by drug trafficking, and find out how you can make an impact against this.
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#2 - The Law

South Africa may have one of the best constitutions in the world but does it hold up in cases of human trafficking? How is the law and our authorities making change? Does our law adequately empower survivors of human trafficking? To answer this, host Hlubi Mboya Arnold speaks to Tabitha Lage (Founder of Hope Risen Foundation), Phumla Dwane-Alpman (Human Rights Activist and Advocate), and Wendy Mckillop (BA in Health Sciences and Social Services) to discuss the impact of the law.
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#3 - Expert Advice

Human trafficking can have continuous results, long after a survivor has moved. To explore more on this topic, host Hlubi Mboya-Arnold speaks to thought-leaders and experts on the effects of human trafficking and what society can begin to do to mend from it. Tabitha Lage (Founder of Hope Risen Foundation), Wendy Mckillop (BA in Health Sciences and Social Services) and Natasher Foster (Social worker) make up this conversation.
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#4 - Hope Heals

Hear firsthand encounters of how brutal and degrading human trafficking can be in this podcast. Host Hlubi Mboya Arnold speaks to two survivors who share their tales of this crime: One, a victim of slave labour/labour trafficking/exploitation, and the other who was groomed into illegal gambling and the adult sex industry. It's inspiring to listen how both have triumphantly endured this, and have moved onwards into the future with hope.
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#5 - Burning Questions

There is no "us" and "them" in dealing with a global issue like human trafficking. It is something that is close to all of us, more than we probably imagine. Hlubi Mboya-Arnold interrogates this notion further, discussing with her guests how best to deal with human trafficking, while also answering pressing questions around this topic.
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#6 - Hope on the Horizon

Host Hlubi Mboya Arnold concludes this podcast series with a wrap-up conversation about human trafficking, and further recaps some of the discussion points and questions that were brought up over past episodes, with Tabitha Lage (Co-Founder of Hope Risen Foundation) and the some of the Hope Risen Foundation team.

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