Students/Artists

THE NO PROJECT is working with young people around the world. Please JOIN US.

DO WHAT YOU LOVE TO DO and RAISE AWARENESS at the same time.

STEP ONE: Get Smart. Learn. Watch videos, go to the facebook site, look at the global organizations in Favourite Links on our homepage.

STEP TWO: Ask yourself “What do I like doing?” Sport?Music? Reading? Art? Organizing events with your friends?

YOUTH AMBASSADORS WITH THE NO PROJECT. Contact us to find out about our FREE multi-media seminar that all these students have been part of.nbsp;

Youth ambassadors

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Music: Musicians and song writers compose, arrange and perform songs against human trafficking and slavery.

Lowcast

Pirates final

Dance Events/ HIP HOP: Dancers use their skill and passion to tell others about slavery today.

90 HIP HOP Dancers

Art: The work of young artists is everywhere on The NO Project site. They love art use their skills fight slavery. All the artwork on this page is by students 15-19 years old. See more art here.

St Lawrence Collage

Angela poster

NO Entry by Gerasimos Lorandos

Film-making: Students devise, write and shoot their own film that portray aspects of human trafficking. 

Watch our new video Now You Know .  

Hothouse production crew

V-Vibes Hip Hop Crew

 

Design: Animators and artists devise an anti-slavery animations. Watch amazing short animations by young artists.

 

Photography: Photographers present an exhibition with multi-media installations and still photography. 

RED STRING by you

Journalism: Students interested in writing provide press releases for leading newspapers and articles for school publication.

Blog: start a blog that can feature all of the above activities then try to find other schools doing similar 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.

Event management: Organize a large scale event such as a music concert and learn about the logistics and needs of event management.

Educational seminars in the community: Students devise their own multi-media workshop which will then be presented to other local high schools/community groups.

Documentary film-making: Students use video to document the entire project so that other schools may benefit from the approach take.

So just for a minute…

Imagine a city of two million people (that’s about the minimum number of people who are trafficked into slavery each year.) And in this city every man, woman, boy and girl is starved, locked up, humiliated, threatened, tortured, beaten, burned, kicked, raped – all to make money for someone else. Don’t be overwhelmed by the numbers – one person treated this way is enough.

The good news is that thousands and thousands of people are fighting slavery. Join them. Step one is to learn. Watch videos, read articles, get the movies. Be a smart, well-informed, anti-slavery activist – and then tell others…and never stop.

A good start is to see the video clips on the facebook page of The NO Project.

Next – visit the sites we have posted in Excellent Sites All these campaigns, along with many others, are working on the ground to eradicate slavery in the 21st century.

Watch the clip above and learn. Now tell others and tell your teachers – probably they have heard of ‘human trafficking’ but don’t realize how widespread this crime actually is.

 

 

 


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