Modern Slavery Exhibition

Cathedral
Monday 18th - Tuesday 19th October 2021
09:00 - 15:00 (each day)

To coincide with Anti-Slavery Day on 18th October, a powerful exhibition stand will be on show at the Cathedral including photographs taken by Rory Carnegie.

Each image in the display depicts a scene from an industry where modern slavery is prevalent, with the aim of getting the public talking about this issue. The exhibition is part of the National Crime Agency's campaign to raise awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking. 

The National Crime Agency wants to inform and educate the public about the signs and symptoms and ask them for their help to do two simple things:

  1. Report any suspicions to the Police or the Modern Slavery Helpline, and 

  2. Make informed consumer choices – so be aware that if goods or a service appear to be unreasonably cheap, someone may be being exploited in the background.

The exhibition will be on show near the Cathedral entrance on Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th October 2021. It is open during the usual Cathedral opening hours. 

For more information about Anti-Slavery Day please visit the Clewer Initiative website.

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