This mural was created by Benjamin Swatez as part of the Wall of Hope Campaign. The project was started by the Human Rights Film Focus in Nepal in 2013 and coincided with the United Nations' annual 16 Days to Stop Violence Against Women. The campaign calls young people to action to end violence against women and girls through education and artistic expression. Swatez works with the campaign to create murals to raise awareness of this issue. He was created murals in 17 countries, alongside holding art therapy workshops. Swatez's main focus is on the plight of refugees, the socio-economically marginalised and the vulnerable. This mural was created on the wall of the Australian Embassy in Kathmandu. It highlights child slavery and the forced sexual exploitation of women and girls.
In the centre of this mural are two eyes that are embedded into the brickwork of the wall. The mural progresses from right to left, with a girl lying on the floor in chains, covered in a red piece of material and reaching out her hand appealing to the public for their help. The chain has been broken by an eagle and as a result the wall is beginning to falter. Behind the left eye, we can see a beautiful landscape, symbolising a life away from slavery. On the far left there is a girl with a cheetah, looking defiantly towards a life that is free from slavery and sex trafficking.