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It's just the way it is which is difficult but at least he is getting an education and he was rescued when he was.But I always say if I make loads of money, you never know I could win the lottery, I'd definitely like to sort Parang out I think.
And I still hear how the girls are doing in Dang, because they've gone back there to a girl's hostel to study together.Then I felt bad because I was like 'Why are you crying?' but it is difficult to witness, I think, especially because we don't see it in England do we? STACEY: I think the hardest thing I've ever had to do was listen to Munsuyad...In my heart I don't think anyone is going to come for Parang, I don't think he's ever had a loving family or affection or anything like that so he's going to have to do his own thing when he grows up.When he's sixteen he'll have to go out and support himself.I think that was probably the toughest thing I've ever done but I'm glad we did what we did because he's not in that sweatshop anymore.
The whole trip alone was worthwhile because there is one less kid in a sweatshop. It's so odd because I am just a sort of dweeby girl so of course I always think I don't want to annoy these men.
You don't ever want to get beaten up or put yourself in a vulnerable situation and there were a couple of times when I felt uneasy, But it is just one of those things and you have to take a bit of a risk and I think it's worth it. I am interested in entering into this career path and so I am keen to get an insight into your course of study or previous jobs before you came to have you own documentaries. So then I went and saw how the British high street produces it's clothes in India and then I obviously stumbled across child labour.
STACEY: I've just been super duper lucky, I just fell into it really. And it was something that I really felt completely uncomfortable with so that when I came back to England I made a definite effort to fundraise and just raise awareness.
STACEY: There are a number of charities that we worked with on the series.
Rug Mark, that's the charity that is looking after Parang and also Save The Children.
I asked Stacey ten questions which represent the main areas that lots of you wanted to know about.