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“Between two worlds” is a powerful poem composed by the Malaysian poet, Nazreen Mohamad, accompanied by the stirring piano arrangement of Rizalina Miranda, a Filipina domestic worker.

The poem talks about the dark seedy world of forced labour. Both the artistes have a profound understanding about the issue of modern slavery, and trafficking.

It was produced by the project Liber8, with the support of the International Labour Organization, and the USDOL-funded Bridge project.

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