it is a heart wrenching article .. made me feel angry, ashamed and sad. When will we see any change? This is not only political or economic, it also talks about who we are and what our attitude towards women and children are. In some of my work with NGOs who are working with children and women in red light areas are so similar.
While there is a larger context of political, economic, sociological changes, complexity, exploitation, corruption, inefficiency, etc are involved, I feel upset about the so called educated and affluent class most of who, in my experience at least, come across as blissfully unaware of what is happening around us and therefore, can close their eyes to any responsibility to bring in any change anywhere.
When will we change?