Art Exhibition, Interactive Installation, and Event for the World Day against Trafficking in Persons 2022.
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July 28 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm BST

Art Exhibition, Interactive Installation, and Event for the World Day against Trafficking in Persons 2022.

“In the spirit of SDG 4 (“Quality Education”), we have created a popup Interactive Installation for students and young people. In four two-hour sessions, each group of 25 participants learns about human trafficking and modern slavery immersively via:

Art exhibition

Die Erinnerung an meine Kindheit — Memories from my childhood

The artist, Laurent Ziegler, will be on site

Speakers

*(LI) indicates speaker with lived experience in human trafficking, modern slavery and/or forced migration

Kendall Alaimo: artist, speaker, educator (LI) – Educate to Liberate

Malcom Bidaldi and Aidah Muli, remote: empowering migrant workers on their rights in the Gulf states (LI) – From Modern Day Slavery to Migrant Defenders

Ishaan Shah: 19-year-old international anti-human trafficking, gender equality and climate action leader – Recognising Intersectionalities and Raising Awareness

Heather Wokusch: psychotherapist and human rights activist – Becoming Trauma-Informed about Human Trafficking

Dr. Hyab Yohannes: researcher and academician (LI) – Forced Migration and Biopolitical b/ordering

Schedule for Interactive Installation

Thursday July 28 – four sessions for 25 people each:

9-10.45am; 11am-12.45pm; 1-2.45pm; 3-4.45pm

Registration

Participation is free of charge, but space is limited. Register in advance by sending a request to: [email protected] In your email, please indicate which of the four sessions you are interested in attending (i.e. what time). Preference given to youth and/or students. Registration is first-come, first-served.”

Details

July 28 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm BST

Venue

Goodenough College
Mecklenburgh Square
London, WC1N 2AB United Kingdom

Organizers

International Forum for Understanding
SDG2030.me