Gillian Anderson: 'Slavery a $150bn business'
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Gillian Anderson: 'Slavery a $150bn business'

Gillian Anderson has spoken at the Trust Women Conference anti-slavery event hosted by the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

The actor stars in Sold, a film based on the true story of a survivor who was trafficked from Nepal to a Kolkata brothel as a young child.

Ms Anderson spoke to the Today programme about how slavery has become the fastest growing black market industry in the world.

  • 01 Dec 2016
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