Oct. 16th: "Fashioned for Freedom" Ethical Fashion Show

To celebrate Anti-Slavery Day 2014, on 16th October 2014 IOM UK will join forces with partner organisations – Migrant Help, The Human Trafficking Foundation, Stop the Traffic, International Justice Mission, Stronger Together, House of Beth, Nutmeg, St Marys, and Grande Visionaries – for one evening to host Fashioned for Freedom. An event that raises awareness on all forms of trafficking and promotes ethical brands who strive to ensure that their production lines are free of forced labour.

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For more information please contact Chris Gaul on cgaul@iom.int

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