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March 24, 2018

Second annual 'Arts To End Slavery' exhibition

Sara Jones and Gemmer Peterson researchers.
Sara Jones and Gemmer Peterson researchers.

   Awareness Against Human Trafficking (HAART Kenya) in collaboration with PAWA254 recently hosted its second annual Arts to End Slavery exhibition, which focused on the theme of victims’ experiences. The exhibition titled ‘Telling their Stories’, was exhibited at Shifteye Gallery in Hurlingham, Nairobi.

 HAART Kenya is a local non-governmental organisation dedicated to fighting modern form of slavery involving the illegal trade of people for the purpose of exploitation.

The whole idea of the exhibiiton was to create awareness against human trafficking through art work.


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