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|Named Person:||Hassan Janabi|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Peter Ryan; George Negus; David Brill; Olivia Rousset; SBS News & Current Affairs.
|Language Note:||Soundtrack in English and Indonesian, with subtitles available in English.|
|Credits:||Producer: David Brill ; director: Peter Ryan ; executive producer: Mike Carey.|
|Performer(s):||Host: George Negus ; reporter: Olivia Rousset.|
|Description:||1 DVD-video (PAL)(52 min.) : sd., col. ; 12 cm.|
|Series Title:||Dateline (Television program)|
|Other Titles:||Hassan Jabani interview.|
Disc characteristics: DVD Region 4.
Thousands of young women in Indonesia are being forced to endure appalling treatment as a result of human trafficking and sexual slavery. Dateline reporter Olivia Rousset goes undercover into brothels on the Indonesian island of Batam. What Dateline found was a rare and confronting expose of young teenage girls - children - lured into a life of prostitution. Two years ago, Hassan Janabi, a water engineer from Sydney, returned to his homeland after 25 years in exile to take on a senior role in rebuilding Iraq's water system. George Negus interviews Hassan who is back at home in Australia to learn more about his life and work in a country under siege.