Letting go

Letting go

I never met Chris Tenz, despite the fact that we both lived on the same street in the same tiny hamlet, and knew dozens of people in common. When I first launched The Human, Earth Project, I was working in the Canadian Rockies. I stayed there for ten months, saving...

Viva la persistence

It has now been three years since The Human, Earth Project was born, and what a ride it has been. The first year took me back to Asia to begin the search for my trafficked friends M and P. The second year was a phenomenal success, as I located both M and P...

Back to reality VI: Understanding

I’ve spent years of my life living and travelling around the globe, to get a better understanding of the world in which we live. I watch documentaries for the same reason. One part of the world I’ve found the most difficult to understand is the Middle...

Back to reality V: Sing

On my journey to complete our feature-length anti-trafficking documentary Sisters For Sale, I’ve been absorbing some of the world’s finest documentaries. Late last year I presented a series of blog posts introducing you to a few of my favourites. Several...

Keep hope alive

I took a two-week break over the new year, and spent Christmas Day on the beach of a small developing nation. After the sun had set, my friends and I went in search of a taxi to take us back to the city nearby. We chose the wrong taxi. The driver, who identified...

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