The NO Project is an award-winning global educational campaign that
specifically targets youth awareness of human trafficking through music, art, dance, film, animation, sport, creative writing and social media.
"Creative and impactful."
Harvard University. Author of Bonded Labor: Tackling the System of Slavery in South Asia
"The scene with a punter/John moved me to tears. This is it how it feels - an invisible prison - a gulag in plain sight. And society approves. The powerlessness and isolation is intense."
Executive Director of Sex Trafficking Survivors United
"Provocative and powerful."
International best-selling author of A Walk Across the Sun
Carolyn B. Maloney
"The destructive impact of human trafficking is hard for most people to appreciate. I commend everyone involved in this project from the bottom of my heart. You are doing important work."
New York Congresswoman
"You can break the chain of human trafficking - all you have to do is start by watching this video."
Author of Eyo, short-listed for Commonwealth Writers' Prize, 2010
"Eye opening and challenging."
Honored TIP Hero 2012 and European Director of TheA21 Campaign
"A short, powerful and effective film."
Emmy-nominated filmmaker, Founder of 3Generations, Director of TRICKED
Anthony C. Hassiotis
"I can’t speak. I am blown away. Extremely powerful. Thank you and thanks to BU. What are we doing in this world ..."
Former Bancpost Executive President, CEO and Country Manager
"Watch it, and be part of the change."
Former CEO of Love146 Europe
Professor Garland Waller
"It was a remarkable and inspirational experience for my Boston University students to produce Now You Know. We thank you."
Director of the TV Graduate Program at Boston University
Request Dance Crew
"As a rising generation we must use our talents and gifts to fight slavery - with the same passion we feel when we are dancing."
Global Hip Hop Champions
"As a survivor of sex trafficking this video shows the harsh reality of what goes on right around you!"