This online archive for the Rights Lab shares several new collections of contemporary antislavery visual and audio culture including: murals and street art, photography, and short-form podcasts.
It has been created by a team in the Rights Lab that is assessing the efficacy of antislavery campaigns and tactics, and developing new antislavery visual cultures.
The Rights Lab is a University of Nottingham Beacon of Excellence and the world’s first large-scale research platform for ending slavery. There are 40.3 million people enslaved around the world today and a commitment to end slavery by 2030 is part of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (target 8.7). Home to the world’s leading academic experts on modern slavery, the Rights Lab is underpinning antislavery with an advanced research agenda.
You can read more about our work at our main website.