World Day against Trafficking in Persons, July 30th

Arts to End Slavery is ending soon, we only have one event left, but what an event! See below for information about how to attend!


On Thursday 30th July 2015, PAWA254 invites you to a #PAWASalon on ‘Art to End Slavery: Countering Violent Extremism and the Provision of Assistance to Victims of Trafficking’. For this particular PAWASalon, PAWA254 will be partnering with HAART and UNODC who will hold a panel discussion on the topic above.

The #PAWASalon will coincide with World Day Against Trafficking of Persons and will also feature a Film screening and an Art Exhibition.


PAWASalon is a monthly forum that gives a professional/pioneer in a creative industry a platform to share with other professionals, students and enthusiasts hands-on skills, knowledge and insight into their creative industry of work.

Kindly RSVP by clicking here:
Venue: Mageuzi and Rooftop Space, PAWA254, State House Crescent

Date: Thursday 30th July 2015

Time: Exhibition All day | Discussion 5pm to 8pm | Sundowner 8pm to 9pm

Human Trafficking Conference

Last week HAART hosted a conference with more than 100 participants from the civil society, government and international community in a national human trafficking conference. The project came as the culmination of Arts to End Slavery. You can read a report about the conference here.

 See pictures below

More media exposure for Arts to End Slavery

The Star


The story was also online here.


Up Nairobi

See the story here


Africa 24

If you understand French, you can see a clip below from Africa 24



Finally if you know Spanish, HAART was featured by the Spanish Agency EFE (in Spanish) and you can read it here


Arts to End Slavery pictures

See pictures here from the launch of Arts to End Slavery


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“Artists take on modern day slavery, trafficking” HAART in the Standard

Today, 9th May 2015, HAART is featured in the Standard Saturday on page 29.


We will update if they put it online.