Would you recognise the signs of slavery and exploitation if you saw them?
A touring photographic exhibition which aims to help you do just that comes to Plymouth this weekend.
Entitled “Invisible People”, the exhibition is part of the National Crime Agency’s campaign to raise awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking.
Slavery was abolished in the UK in 1807 yet more than 200 years on it still exists. Modern slavery is a crime which seeks out the most vulnerable men, women and children and abuses them for criminal profit.
This is not about other people. Modern slaves are in our communities. Sometimes they are right before our eyes and yet we don’t really see them.
The NCA has teamed up with photographers including Juliette Carton, Haitham Naser and multiple award winner Rory Carnegie to recreate the lives of Invisible People and bring them into view as part of this exhibition.
The striking and intimate images encourage the public to truly see what they may have been looking at for years.
The free exhibition can be viewed at the Piazza on the 10th and 11th February.
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