Hooray for Hollywood

Trafficking Survivor’s Film Launches National Campaign.  In a world where the trafficking of humans has become the second‐largest criminal industry after drug dealing, a child-trafficking survivor launches a campaign for social change, with the screening of her powerfully moving, autobiographical film on 9 April in London. Hooray for Hollywood, a film for adult audiences, written and directed by Raven Kaliana, artist, human rights activist, and survivor, utilises puppetry to highlight the intersection of trafficking and familial abuse with organised crime, shown from a child’s point of view. A Talkback Panel discussion, facilitated by Anita Amendra (Project Manager, Sustainable Communities Programme, IofC) will follow the film, featuring: Raven Kaliana (Outspiral), Adam Weiss (The AIRE Centre ‐ Advice on Individual Rights in Europe), and Esther Davidson (OXCAT ‐Oxford Community Against Trafficking).
The event will take place at the Initiatives of Change UK Centre in London at 24 Greencoat Place, Victoria, London SW1P 1RD from 18:00‐20:00 on Tuesday 9th April 2013. Entry is free, but booking is essential.
RSVP to reception@london.iofc.org <mailto:reception@london.iofc.org>  or call 020 7798 6000.

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