STOP.

For International Women’s Day Wifie members have collectively produced this installation as a means to help raise awareness of the on-going situation surrounding trafficking. Women and children across the world are exploited and suffer at the hands of others, where they are trafficked into servitude and exploitation, a form of modern day slavery.  Trafficking isn’t only going on in other places it happens here in Scotland and Edinburgh and we believe that our government and politicians must work to end this now.

Further information about Wifie and this photographic project will be made available on the Wifie website http://www.wifie.org.uk/ over the coming weeks.
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