[Dublin, 15 August 2011] A large gathering of supporters met on Thursday 28 July for the closing of the photographic exhibition ‘Not Natasha’ at the Creation Arcade, Duke Street, in the context of a ‘Manifesto for Turn off the Red Light’.
The evening kicked off with a range of speakers – from politics, sports, arts, business and civil society - performing public Manifestos and offering diverse points of views – all equally supporting the national campaign for the abolition of the system of prostitution.
Please click below to hear two complimentary Manifestos, which passionately emphasise the importance of rallying, educating and including the perspectives of young boys and men into the ‘Turn Off the Red Light’ National Campaign.
‘Not Natasha’ now travels to the US and then to France, following a hugely sucessful and well attended exhibition at Duke Street.
‘Not Natasha’ by photographer, Dana Popa, was curated by FOMACS in collaboration with Autograph ABP, London and the Immigrant Council of Ireland in the context of the National ‘Turn off the Red Light’ Campaign’.
For more on the ‘Turn off the Red Light’ National Campaign, please contact The Immigrant Council of Ireland by tel: (01) 6740202; or email firstname.lastname@example.org.