Media Awards 2011

The Human Trafficking Foundation’s 2011 Media Awards

Inaugural presentation of the Media Awards took place at the House of Lords on 17 October 2011. The awards were presented by the Minister of State for Immigration, Damian Green MP.

The Winners by categories:

1)    Best TV or Radio drama dealing with Human Trafficking

‘Stolen’ – BBC

2)    Best TV or Radio documentary dealing with Human Trafficking  

Children of the Cannabis Trade’ – Al Jazeera Europe; produced by Mei Ling McNamara

3)    Best Investigative Newspaper article dealing with Human Trafficking – Trafficking for sexual exploitation

‘Sex Trafficking trade forces women from Odessa to massage parlours in Britain’ – Mark Townsend; The Guardian

4)    Best Investigative Newspaper article dealing with Human Trafficking – Domestic Slavery

Diplomat’s nanny lifts lid on modern slavery’ – Emily Dugan; The Independent on Sunday

5)    Best Investigative Newspaper article dealing with Human Trafficking – Child Trafficking

Gangs import children for benefit fraud’ Jon Ungoed-Thomas, Sunday Times

6)    Best Investigative Newspaper article dealing with Human Trafficking- Forced Labour

‘They’re dying to get to Britain’ by Chris Rogers and Nadene Ghouri

7)    Best Stage or Film production dealing with Human Trafficking (Joint winners)

‘Slave: A Question of Freedom’ – Feelgood Theatre Productions.

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8)    Anti-Slavery International Award

Justice for Domestic Workers