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War On Slavery

Discovering the ugly truth behind products they use every day, celebrities set out to end the slavery involved.

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Impact areas

HEALTH & WELLBEING

HUMAN RIGHTS & SOCIAL JUSTICE

WOMEN & GIRLS

YOUTH & EDUCATION

Crew

  • DIRECTOR Jane Jeffes

  • PRODUCER Jane Jeffes & Becky Honey

Synopsis

DURATION: 55 MINUTES

This project aims to generate people power; to entertain, inform, educate and provide tools and a call to action so audiences can play a part in tackling one of the 21st century’s greatest ills.

Despite being illegal everywhere, 40-45 million people live in slavery. Two thirds in our region. A quarter, children. The largest number of slaves the world has ever seen.

Clothing, footwear, jewellery, make-up, phones, computers, tea, coffee, fruit, agriculture, fishing, construction.. it’s everywhere.

Celebrity talent discover how many men, women and children their First World lifestyles enslave around the world, embarking on a journey to discover the ugly truth behind consumer products they use every day, what is being done to disrupt the business model and what they can do themselves to eradicate slavery.

Like War On Waste, War On Slavery aims to drive the public agenda and inspire action, harnessing people power to create change.

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Laura Olsson $10,000.00

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Impact

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To stir up public outrage, urgency and action. Documentary and a noisy impact campaign, supported by celebrity, will amplify and add to work already being done in the sector, joining the dots to create and harness a people power movement focussed on prevention, cure and driving change. People power has effected lasting change on issues like plastic and climate change, moving public behaviours and holding governments and businesses to account. War On Slavery moves the spotlight to people.

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