'This plant is without soil, and with hailstones, but it is still growing' / Photo © Fruit of Love
‘This plant is without soil, and with hailstones, but it is still growing.’ ~ Fruit of Love

My Brand Of Feminism Doesn’t Require Me To Do Very Much ~ article at about Voice of Freedom and activism

Khedijah Ali campaigning video in support of Voice of Freedom

Brixton-based charity, Voice of Freedom, launches photography exhibition ~ Brixton Blog, 25 November 2013

Voice of Freedom preview exhibition ~ visitor reactions (video)

Voice of Freedom gallery at Anti-Slavery International website ~ photography by survivors of the Sinai torture camps

Ethiopian and Eritrean refugees: Photo project is chink of light for trafficked women ~ Jewish Chronicle, 12 January 2014

Sinai slavery and torture survivors share their experiences ~ The Guardian, 20 February 2014

I’m sick of weak women being praised as strong ~ Julie Burchill, The Spectator, 12 April 2014

Voices of Freedom ~ Rabbi Debbie Young-Somers, 6 May 2014

Support the Abolition of Slavery ~ i-D Magazine, 1 December 2015 

Voice of Freedom Project: Trafficking of East African Women through the Sinai Desert ~ Anti-Slavery International, 7 January 2015

Voice of Freedom ~ Huck Magazine, January issue, 2015

Can photography help formerly trafficked women connect with their sense of self? ~ Huck Magazine, 16 February 2015

Interview with Voice of Freedom student ‘Fruit of Love’, plus showcase of her work from the UK workshops ~ Huck Magazine, 1 August 2015

Voice of Freedom showcase at The Helen Bamber Foundation

Launch of the Women for Change Breakfast Club ~ Shiva Foundation, October 2015

Voice of Freedom — World Seen by Trafficked Women ~ Anti-Slavery International showcase, July 2017

The Voice of Trafficking Victims ~ Anti-Slavery International Reporter Magazine, Summer 2017

Voice of Freedom — Working with Trafficked Women ~ Anti-Slavery International Reporter Magazine, Summer 2017

Voice of Freedom: Trafficked Women Speak ~ The Dreaming Machine, arts review (Italy), December 2017

BBC Radio London: Inspirit with Jumoke Fashola ~ interview with project director Leila Segal, 26 November 2017

Work by women on our project is showcased in The Rights Lab anti-slavery photography section from March 2018.

Trafficked women are used like dolls, like stuff that should be sold ~ Lacuna Magazine, July 2018

How I Survived Slavery in Libya, Italy to become a photographer ~ interview with project participant Sarah in National Wire Nigeria, November 2018

Raped, trafficked, jailed, mutilated, reformed… Six real-life stories for International Women’s Day ~ Sky News, March 2019

Voices for Change speaks to Leila Segal, the director of Voice of Freedom, March 2019

What it means to survive – Canon features Voice of Freedom on their website, May 2019

Power of Photographic Activism in a Desensitised Age – Centre for African Studies, Turin

Photo © Fruit of Love, 2015. /Voice of Freedom/PhotoVoice

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