Exhibition

Slave Britain: The 21st Century Trade in Human Lives

21 Feb 2007 – 28 Mar 2007

St. Paul's Cathedral

London, United Kingdom

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  • Buses - 4, 11, 15, 23, 26, 100
  • Tube: St Paul's, Mansion House, Cannon Street or Blackfriars

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As Britain prepares to commemorate 200 years since the abolition of the
slave trade, a new photography exhibition reveals how human trafficking is a
bitter reality for thousands of women, men and children in this country
today. Slave Britain artfully documents the ordinary lives and everyday
locations caught up in trafficking and calls for an end to this illegal 21st
century trade. The show is produced by Panos Pictures in partnership with
Amnesty International, Anti-Slavery International, Eaves and UNICEF UK. The
photographs, by Panos photographers Karen Robinson and David Rose, represent
a rare and intimate insight into the mechanics of this fastest growing form
of modern day slavery and explore the devastating impact it has on people's
lives.

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