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Photo Exhibit Captures Portraits of Migrant Workers

A new photo exhibit in Phnom Penh documents the stories of abuse faced by migrant workers abroad.
US journalist Karen Emmons and photographer Steve McCurry spent 18 months interviewing and photographing 25 women from four countries in Asia, where they documented stories of abuse, child labor, forced labor, human trafficking, rape and starvation of workers.
The exhibit of photographs "No one should work this way" is on display at the Foreign Correspondents Club in Phnom Penh.
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Audiences look at photos of victims from the abuse of domestic workers in an exhibition “No one should work this way” at Foreign Correspondent of Phnom Penh on May 7th 2015. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)
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Audiences look at photos of victims from the abuse of domestic workers in an exhibition “No one should work this way” at Foreign Correspondent of Phnom Penh on May 7th 2015. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)

Participants gather around Karen Emmons, an American Journalist​ as she talks about the process of gathering these photos and her interviewed with the women featuring in the project, at the opening of this exhibition “No one should work this way” at Foreign Correspondent of Phnom Penh on May 7th 2015. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)
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Participants gather around Karen Emmons, an American Journalist​ as she talks about the process of gathering these photos and her interviewed with the women featuring in the project, at the opening of this exhibition “No one should work this way” at Foreign Correspondent of Phnom Penh on May 7th 2015. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)

Karen Emmons, an American Journalist, talks about the process of gathering these photos and her interviewed with the women featuring in the project, at the opening of this exhibition “No one should work this way” at Foreign Correspondent of Phnom Penh on May 7th 2015. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)
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Karen Emmons, an American Journalist, talks about the process of gathering these photos and her interviewed with the women featuring in the project, at the opening of this exhibition “No one should work this way” at Foreign Correspondent of Phnom Penh on May 7th 2015. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)

Audiences look at photos of victims from the abuse of domestic workers in an exhibition “No one should work this way” at Foreign Correspondent of Phnom Penh on May 7th 2015. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)
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Audiences look at photos of victims from the abuse of domestic workers in an exhibition “No one should work this way” at Foreign Correspondent of Phnom Penh on May 7th 2015. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)

Audience look at photos of victims from the abuse of domestic workers in an exhibition “No one should work this way” at Foreign Correspondent of Phnom Penh on May 7th 2015. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)
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Audience look at photos of victims from the abuse of domestic workers in an exhibition “No one should work this way” at Foreign Correspondent of Phnom Penh on May 7th 2015. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)

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