Thank you to West End singers, dancers, musicians, choreographers and organizers for donated time and energy. NOW LET'S DO THE SAME IN EVERY CITY! if you love dance – then organize a dance event against slavery! If you like sport – then raise awareness that way – SPORTS AGAINST SLAVERY. EVERYTHING counts. You can change people's attitudes and understanding – and do something you enjoy at the same time! THE NO PROJECT was there supporting LOVE146.
What are you passionate about?
What do you love doing?
Create events to raise awareness by doing what you enjoy.
Slavery and Human Trafficking are horrific. Therefore, in order to maintain our strength, our power and our inspiration we must do what we enjoy and at the same time using videos and articles leaflet we spread the word, raise awareness and donate to anti slavery campaigns.
Do you love to play sports, to cook, to sing, to dance?
Be inventive! Create events where groups of people can get together and learn more about slavery through the arts, through gatherings, through sports!
Look at a list of actions that people are already doing.
Here are some creative activities that might inspire you. It only takes ONE PERSON to make a difference. Please help. We must all work together
Music: Musicians and song writers compose, arrange and perform music or specific anti-trafficking songs.
Design: Animators and artists devise an anti-slavery animation that will be uploaded on youth oriented sites.
Big music event: Organize a large scale event such as a music concert and perhaps begin by showing one of hte many great videos on this site.
Photography: Photographers present an exhibition with multi-media installations and still photography – each raising awareness of human trafficking in our backyard.
Educational seminars in the community: Students/teachers devisea multi-media workshop which will then be presented to other local high schools/community groups.
Creative film-making: Devise, write and shoot their own film that portray aspects of human trafficking.
Documentary film-making: Create a documentary about different forms of human trafficking and slavery in your area/country. Upload or use local TV to broadcast your work.
Journalism: Writing press releases for local newspapers and and magazines, including on-line publishing.
Blog: start a blog that can feature above activities.
Theatre: devise a theatre production that raises awareness of modern slavery.
Sports against Slavery: Organize an awareness raising event e.g. “Football for Freedom.” Make sure that spectators are provided with information they can then follow up to learn more.