Special Programming: Public Affairs on 07/18/13
Trafficking women and girls into sexual slavery is a global nightmare. Over half a million women are sold across international borders, the vast majority of them are sold into sexual slavery. This happens the world over, and the US is no exception.
Stuart Perrin was working in Nepal when he became acutely aware of this issue. In response he started The Bahini Foundation, and created a safe place for girls escaping trafficking in Nepal.
Stuart has re-established The Bahini Foundation in Oregon, and is continuing to find ways to educate the public on the horrors faced by girls sold into sexual exploitation. He has written the novel Little Sisters based on his work in this area.