Dr. Mariana Bozesan interviews:
Julia Ormond, Actress and Philanthropist

Dear friends,

In this interview, world-class actress Julia Ormond shares her journey on how she became a human rights advocate and a passionate voice against forced labor, human trafficking, and for more transparency in supply chains. For Julia, this is a very personal issue and it should be for you too. Why? Because every time we drink a cup of coffee, wear a piece of clothing or a handbag, we become unknowingly complicit with those who exploit women and children to manufacture our luxury goods. By listening to Julia, you will be as surprised (and enraged) as I was to learn that today, there are still 40.3 million enslaved people worldwide and 24.9 million who live under forced labour conditions. Exploiting them all generates $150 billion revenue per annum which is, of course, tax free.

So, please join Julia’s ASSET, the Alliance to Stop Slavery and End Trafficking, campaign now to end this nightmare. Thank you for making your life a masterpiece.

This episode is also available as a video on my YouTube channel.

Enjoy the show!

Dr. Mariana Bozesan

More information on Julia Ormond and The Alliance to Stop Slavery and End Trafficking (ASSET):
URL: http://endslaverynow.org/
Twitter: @JuliaOrmond
Facebook: @ESNcommunity


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Narrated by Albert Bozesan, produced by Peak State Entertainment