Tuesday, 20 February 2018

'Freedom Now' - Using Art to Raise Awareness of Exploitation

Pupils and staff at PGS have taken part in Guria's 'Freedom Now' campaign to "raise awareness of human trafficking and to encourage individuals to actively pursue a more just and plural world through the healing and transformative power of art." If you would like to take part in the campaign, please contact Ms Hardisty or Mrs Williams.

Guria is an NGO (non-governmental organisation) based in India, fighting exploitation of women and children, especially forced prostitution and sex trafficking: "We strongly believe that through grassroots and prevention work it is possible to end this modern form of slavery." 

Below, we showcase some of the art produced by PGS pupils and staff in support of the 'Freedom Now' campaign. The originals are currently on display in the corridor outside the lunch hall.

Alice Collins:

Jasper Dreyfus:

Ms Hardisty:

Eleanor Ingram:

Mr Llewellyn:

Isaac Mead:

Ms Muston:

Eleanor Nuttall:

Mr Whitcomb:

Mrs Williams:

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