An exhibition of photographs by the Guardian from the Modern-day slavery in focus series Faces of Slavery.
It is a powerful exhibition of photographs, where portraits of human trafficking survivors are exhibited alongside their testimonies.
Free admission – all welcome.
The exhibition will run until the 2nd of June. It is located on the lower ground floor of the Larkin Building and is open daily 9.00am-5.00pm.
This exhibition is part of the ongoing partnership between the University of Hull and Freedom Festival Arts Trust.
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