Urban Festival Bucharest Romania

Urban Festival RO final

HUGE THANK YOU to The NO Project TEAM ROMANIA (www.thenoproject.ro) and our dedicated partners eLiberareAdpare, and the Anti-trafficking Police Force Romania - Agentia Nationala Impotriva Traficului de Persoane (ANITP). The artwork is the result of workshops in schools and universities across Romania. More to come with digital art installation, 2014!

HipHop International ROMANIA supports The NO Project



Thank you HIP HOP INTERNATIONAL ROMANIA and the wonderful HHI JUDGES who are the dance workshop leaders. The NO Project acknowledges your dignity, integrity and willingness to include awareness of human trafficking during your nationwide workshop tour of Romania. Your support is invaluable when you talk to young people, their parents and the studio owners about trafficking. Thank you.

Human traffickers recruit boys, girls, young men and women in Romania for both domestic and international destinations. Please see thenoproject.ro


The NO Project – Istanbul Turkey

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Dancers and choreographers at a multi-media seminar with The NO Project, Istanbul Turkey. These top dancers can reach young people in different ways – beyond the four walls of a school classroom. Through dance, music, social media. Thank you everyone involved – great to present the seminar in a dance studio. Can't wait to see your new videos!

Youth Ambassadors

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Love working with youth ambassadors. There are many reasons why The NO Project focuses on youth understanding of slavery and human trafficking. One important reason: young people influence each other. Parents, teachers and school textbooks have influence - but sometimes not as powerfully as another person the same age.(sorry about that adults – but it's often true.)

Slavery in our mobile phones


A young artists response to finding out about slavery behind the mined minerals in mobile phones and other smart devices. For more info see www.fairphone.com for ethically-sourced mobile phones. For information about the use of slavery in mines read this article by expert Roger-Claude Liwanga or visit http://www.enoughproject.org