Border Interception – Documentary


Of the 40 million people ensnared worldwide within modern-day slavery, almost half are trapped within one major South Asian nation. The majority of these are young women and children who have been trafficked into sexual exploitation. Every year countless thousands are being ruthlessly smuggled into this country to meet the ever-growing demand.

Border Interception documents the inspirational work of female Destiny Rescue agents in Nepal as they patrol border crossings to cut off this supply line to a neighbouring nation on one of the world’s most prolific human trafficking routes.

This film reveals the tactics used by trafficking gangs to source and smuggle their prey out of Nepal and demonstrates the ingenious techniques employed by Destiny Rescue agents to identify and intercept those unsuspectingly caught up in this web of deceit.

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Child Rescue Charitable Trust and Child Rescue Charitable Aid Trust are registered New Zealand charities. Separate returns for each charity are filed each year with Charities Services which is a NZ Government organisation under the Department of Internal Affairs.

 

Annual reports to Charities Services can be viewed here

Please note: Annual Reports on this website will refer to ‘Destiny Rescue’ – Child Rescue’s name in New Zealand until August 2017.