OT54 – Slavery and sex trafficking in Israel – Joshua Pex with Julia Fisher 1 of 2

Mar 20, 2011

Julia Fisher talks to Joshua Pex. Born in Eilat in southern Israel to a Jewish mother and a Dutch father, after serving his statutory time in the Israeli army, he went to study law at university and today he works for a large law firm in Jerusalem where he specialises in human rights, social justice and religious freedom in Israel. He is married to Sarah, a social worker; and it is perhaps because of meeting Sarah that he was first introduced to an aspect of Israeli society that lies largely hidden from view – sex trafficking.

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