Low Wages, Sexual Harassment and Unreliable Tips. This Is Life in America’s Booming Service Industry
The living hell of young girls enslaved in Bangladesh’s brothels
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Fuller Project Cover Story in TIME Magazine Investigates the Left Behind Economy
On the cover of TIME Magazine in September, The Fuller Project’s Malcolm Burnley reported the story of American waitresses paid as little as $2.13 per hour base pay without a raise in four decades. Women are ⅔ of the people working as tipped servers, and face a high rate of discrimination and harassment on the job.
Fuller Project wins Amnesty International Media Award for ground-breaking work in Bangladesh investigation
Fuller Project Asia correspondent Corinne Redfern spent seven months reporting from a brothel in Bangladesh to tell the story of Moyna, a child bride sold into slavery by her husband. After interviewing hundreds of women and girls in the brothels, she found 47 percent were trafficked as children. Short-listed for two journalism awards, Corinne'sground-breaking reporting on the prevalence of child trafficking won the Amnesty International Media Awards' top prize for feature writing on April 7. Corinne's reporting featured in British ELLE as part of our year-long partnership, with support from the European Journalism Centre.