International Women's Day 2010

The Violence of Poverty – The cost of human trafficking – Bradford

Posted in 2010 03 04, Yorkshire & Humberside by womeninlondon on 22 February 2010

Thursday 4th March 2010 from 6.15pm to 8.15pm

Impressions Gallery, in collaboration with Autograph ABP, present a special evening of film screenings and talks to support our exhibition not Natasha, discussing sex trafficking from a national, regional and global perspective.

Speakers and screenings include
• Diana Wallis MEP for Yorkshire and Humberside and the first British woman to be elected Vice-President of the European Parliament in twenty years.
• Ruth Beni, Film Director, will present an animated short film, Two Little Girls, a powerful cautionary tale about the sex trafficking trade.
• Professor Gary Craig, Visiting Professor at the University of Durham, who has extensive knowledge of social justice and slavery issues.
• Emma Boyd, Autograph ABP will present the film, Torture by Any Other Name featuring Emma Thompson and produced by the Helen Bamber Foundation.

There will also be the opportunity to join in a discussion and view the exhibition not Natasha by Dana Popa. This hard-hitting and harrowing project documents the experiences of sex-trafficked women from Moldova.

Free event.
Booking advised.

If you would like further information to book please contact our Welcome Desk on 08450 515 882 or email

In support of International Women’s Day on 8 March 2010.

Impressions Gallery
Centenary Square
Tel: 08450 515882

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