07TBILISI3135, DOCUMENTARY FILM HIGHLIGHTS LABOR EXPLOITATION,

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07TBILISI3135 2007-12-19 12:39 2011-08-30 01:44 UNCLASSIFIED Embassy Tbilisi

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UNCLAS TBILISI 003135 
 
SIPDIS 
 
SIPDIS 
 
DEPARTMENT FOR EUR/CARC, G/TIP AND DRL 
 
E.O. 12958: N/A 
TAGS: PGOV PHUM GG
SUBJECT: DOCUMENTARY FILM HIGHLIGHTS LABOR EXPLOITATION, 
PREVENTION, AND ASSISTANCE TO VICTIMS 
 
 
 1.  (U)  Summary:  Embassy officials opened the USAID 
sponsored anti-trafficking film "Labor Trafficking Reality" 
on December 19 to an audience of representatives from 
Parliament, state ministries, domestic and international 
NGOS, journalists, and members of the Interagency Council on 
Combating Trafficking in Tbilisi.  The local NGO Georgian 
Young Lawyers Association (GYLA) recently completed the 
documentary to highlight labor trafficking and the 
consequences for victims.  The film, shot in Georgia, 
includes actual stories of labor exploitation and information 
from experts on trafficking prevention and victim assistance. 
The documentary will be shown on Georgian TV channels to 
heighten public awareness beginning in January 2008. End 
Summary. 
 
2.  (U)  As part of its USAID sponsored contract, GYLA 
recently completed a documentary film in Georgian on labor 
trafficking under the auspices of the "No to Trafficking in 
Persons Project."  The documentary, a 25 minute short, 
produced by the Georgian company "Art Magic" and directed by 
Dali Pridonashvili, includes interviews by Giorgi Chkheidze, 
GYLA Chair, Sozar Subari, Public Defender, and Ia 
Dadunashvili, of the International Labor organization.  The 
film contains actual stories of labor trafficking victims, 
both men and women, and includes footage from two previously 
public service announcements on the same issue. 
 
3.  (U) "Labor Trafficking Reality" was the second of three 
films that has been created by GYLA related to trafficking. 
In 2006, GYLA helped to create a film to educate the public 
on female sexual exploitation. The third and final film, 
which is slated for production in 2008, will concentrate on 
child trafficking. 
TEFFT

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