Breaking Free from Human Trafficking: An Interactive Event and Exhibition for 2021
curated and developed a unique selection of art and virtual learning materials by and about
those with lived experience in human trafficking. Just click below to explore each installation…
Rania Ali is an award-winning journalist, public speaker, and human rights defender from Syria. Having made her first award-winning documentary with the Guardian in 2017, she works with several NGOs as a campaigner highlighting to governments the importance of protecting human rights defenders worldwide.
Kendall Alaimo is a professionally trained artist who believes in using art as a catalyst to create dialog around child sex trafficking. Her art is bright and playful in its aesthetics but dark in the truthful narrative she sheds light on.
A variety of Kendall Alaimo’s work is displayed in this digital exhibition, ranging from samples of her paintings and other art to a global installation connected to the launch of her University Alliance initiative.
One Girl at a Time
Explore how Apne Aap Is Changing the World – One Girl at a Time. Apne Aap (which means self-action) works globally at dismantling the system of prostitution by empowering marginalized girls and women while deterring the purchase of sex through policy and social change.
Virtual Museum of Grassroots Feminist Action
Showcases Apne Aap’s collective work over the past year and creates an online space bridging women’s struggles worldwide. Apne Aap is a women’s rights organisation that works to create a world in which no woman or girl is bought or sold.