Stolen Innocence: India's Untold Story of Human Trafficking

Updated: Jul 17

4th December 2019 | ‘Stolen Innocence’ is a 90-minute documentary which examines the hidden stories of girls captured and forced into the world’s largest sex ring.

“India is the most dangerous place in the world to be a girl. Girls are disappearing from the streets at an alarming rate, many of them are being captured by human traffickers and sold as sex slaves. Human trafficking is now the fastest growing criminal industry, with traffickers making over 32 billion dollars a year worldwide.”

With girls disappearing and being forced into the sex trade every 4 minutes, ‘Stolen Innocence’, amongst other topics, investigates the factors behind the world’s fastest growing criminal activity and travels undercover to locations in India and Nepal to infiltrate human trafficking gangs.


View Mita's story from one of Stolen Innocence's outtakes here

Support our COVID-19 Relief Work Today