MAT and Unchosen are hosting an evening to raise awareness about human trafficking through film. Unchosen is an anti-trafficking charity that organises film campaigns to raise public awareness and combat all forms of human trafficking, forced labour, sexual exploitation and domestic servitude in the UK and Ireland. Over 60 filmmakers entered the first Unchosen Human Trafficking Film Competition to shine a light on this dark trade. Based on real life cases, the shortlisted films are now touring the UK to show what slavery looks like in the 21st Century – and what we can do to stamp it out.
A Q&A session will follow post-film with:
Chair: MP Siobhan McDonagh
A representative from the Metropolitan Human Trafficking and Kidnap Unit
Marshall Evans – Gangmasters Licensing Authority
Hina Patel – Housing for Women
Time and Date: Wednesday 12 June 2015, 6:30 – 8:00pm, doors open from 6pm
Address: The William Morris Meeting Rooms, 267 The Broadway, London SW19 1SD
Price: Free (only 50 tickets available). Book via Eventbrite.