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Addresssing Demand in Human Trafficking - Service Provider Workshop
Mar 21, 2019

VICTOR MALAREK has been a journalist for four decades. Currently, he is the senior investigative reporter on CTV's award winning investigative current affairs show W5.

From 2000 to June 2002, he was the investigations editor for The Globe and Mail, Canada's national newspaper, and from 1990 to 2000, Malarek was a co-host of the CBC’s current affairs show: the fifth estate.

In his 20 years in television, he has worked on more than 150 documentaries.

Often described as a crusading reporter, Malarek began his career in journalism as a copy boy at Weekend Magazine in Montreal in 1968. 

Malarek has reported from across Canada, the United States, and the European Union, as well as Ukraine, Afghanistan, Iran, Kurdistan, Ethiopia, Somalia, South-East Asia, and Central and South America.

His book: The Johns – Sex for Sale and the Men who Buy It – has been published in the U.S. and Canada. In The Johns, Malarek lays bare the sordid side of the global flesh trade: the men who fuel the demand for purchased sex. The Johns is a follow up on his scathing indictment of the international sexual enslavement of women The Natashas - the new global sex trade  – that has been published in 12 countries. In The Natashas, Malarek investigates the buying and selling of women and girls for the worldwide sex industry.

Among his many awards, Malarek’s work has garnered an unprecedented four Michener Awards for “meritorious public service journalism” presented by the Governor General of Canada. In 1997, he won a Gemini Award as Canada’s top broadcast journalist.

For workshop details see the attached PDF - Unfortunately due to high demand & limited spaces, this workshop is by invitation only.


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