Stacey Dooley travels to Greece to follow children on the migrant trail, as they flee wars and seek new lives in Western Europe. From small toddlers travelling with families to unaccompanied teenagers journeying thousands of miles alone, Stacey witnesses their experiences first hand. During her trip, Greece closes its borders to migrants and Stacey sees the striking impact of this on the young and vulnerable.
Stacey Dooley travels to Honduras. In a country with little justice for women and the highest murder rate for young females, how are such endemic issues being tackled?
With the UN and FBI suspecting that there are up to 750,000 people online at any one time hunting for children to exploit, how can the booming cybersex trade be policed effectively? Kicking off BBC Three’s Gender Season, Stacey Dooley presents the first of two hard-hitting films from some of the worst places in the world to be female. She investigates why some young women today live in such dangerous, desperate and degrading conditions. In this episode Stacey travels to the Philippines - fast becoming the world capital of the cybersex industry. Here, girls who are rarely let out and often underage must perform on webcams and be photographed for a global online audience. Within the last year alone, 139 Brits were investigated for paying to watch Philippine children being abused. Stacey learns how poverty combined with cheap internet access has led to an increasing number of girls being exposed to online sexual abuse.
For a long time, my worldwide fans have asked me for advice on training techniques. Renowned martial artists want to know how to become more flexible to achieve the kicks I perform, and world-class athletes want to improve their range of motion and protect themselves against injuries. Preparing your mind and body to perform at its optimum level is fundamental to any sport. I produced "Secrets of Splits & Flexibility" to help athletes reach their full potential and to achieve the success they desire.
tacey Nemour is a black belt in Kung Fu, and a highly respected martial artist and flexibility instructor for 20 years. She has been featured in numerous publications including Inside Kung Fu, Masters of Kung Fu, and Self magazine. Stacey coached Ultimate Fighting Champion Vitor Belfort and the Carlson Gracie Jiu Jitsu Team for their triumphant championship fights on pay-per-view television. She also trained other world-class athletes including NBA player Jalen Rose and the Los Angeles Galaxy Soccer team. In addition to appearing on Fox Sports 11 News and guest starring in the popular TV show "Power Rangers," Stacey worked as a stunt coordinator and fight double for Cybil Shepard on the TV show "Cybil." She has performed in select video games and is working with elite synchronized swimmers preparing them for competition.
Stacey Dooley goes behind closed doors and speaks to the now younger face of domestic violence. She questions victims and abusers to try and understand how deep the issues surrounding domestic abuse are for those who have survived and those currently experiencing the abuse. Stacey joins the Lancashire police as they deal with their 9,000 domestic abuse cases per year, as well as getting exclusive access to the national centre of domestic violence and their frontline order server, as he comes face to face with abusers. Every 60 seconds the British police receive a 999 call to a domestic violent incident. Although constantly in the news, abuse within intimate relationships is often kept secret. Many people believe it only happens to older, married women, but girls aged 16 to 24 are as, if not more, likely to experience violence from their boyfriends than their adult counterparts.
Stacey Dooley is like a younger, more attractive Ross Kemp; meeting armed men in the world’s trouble spots This documentary heads to remote and hostile regions to meet producers and traffickers involved in the global drugs market.