Human trafficking added to Cambodian school curriculum

Human trafficking has been added to the school syllabus in Cambodia as students return to classes for a new year after extended breaks in 2020 were enforced due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Both primary and secondary pupils will be taught laws, prevention and the different types of human trafficking that range from debt bondage to enforced prostitution and labor.

Cambodia has a notorious reputation for human trafficking and the United States has threatened sanctions if Phnom Penh fails to improve its record this year.

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