About The NO Project

The NO Project is an award-winning, global, educational anti-slavery campaign that specifically targets youth awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking through film, music, art, dance, theatre, journalism, creative writing, education and social media.

The NO Project is 100% non-profit. We rely on the donated time, talent, energy, passion and resources of educators, academics, journalists, artists, filmmakers, musicians, dancers, and students.

The governing values of The NO Project are inclusivity, sustainability, dignity and respect. We do not endorse sensationalist clichéd imagery that focuses solely on the victim or portrays trafficking as commercial sexual exploitation only. Enfeebled images of abused females and males, barcodes, chains, and duct tape are images we try to avoid.

The NO Project values the power and skills of young people to influence attitudes and change behaviour. Their ability and willingness to confront those who sustain the demand for human trafficking and modern slavery lies at the heart of this campaign.

The NO Project collaborates with a diverse range of supporters and partners including police anti- trafficking organized crime units, global anti-slavery academics and researchers, world champion choreographers and dance crews, award-winning filmmakers, artists and writers.

The NO Project is an independent initiative, supported by the donated time, skills and expertise of individual citizens and partners dedicated to the eradication of human slavery in the 21st century.

The NO Project  believes the contribution of pro-active citizens independent of age, gender orientation, faith, cultural background, professional status and nationality is invaluable in the fight against slavery.


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