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Because I Am A Girl

Because I Am A Girl (Blue)

In 2015, the team behind Femme Fierce (the World's Largest All Female Graffiti Street Festival) worked with Women of the World (WOW) and Plan International UK to create a series of murals against forced marriage. This project was part of Plan International’s worldwide campaign ‘Because I am a Girl’.
Artist: Zina.
Country: United Kingdom.
Rights: Image courtesy of Rob Wilson Jnr from Inspiring City.

Find out more by visiting http://rightsandjustice.nottingham.ac.uk/items/show/224

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Films, feature articles, podcasts and image galleries that showcase research from across our funded themes and programmes.

Collecting the Legacy of Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Charles Rennie Mackintosh left an exceptional body of work across arts, architecture and interior design. He was someone who was very much of his time – but who was also looking to the future through his work, and who has remained enduringly popular.

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A selection of feature-length articles about different aspects of AHRC-funded research.

Sex Trafficking Awareness

Sex Trafficking Awareness - This mural was completed by Joel Artista alongside students from the University of Dayton's Art Street Centre for the Sex Trafficking Awareness Project. This campaign aims to raise awareness of forced prostitution and the sexual exploitation of women and girls in the USA. 

In this image expressions of sex trafficking are combined with an image of the Roman goddess Proserpina. In the mural, she struggles to break free from her captor, the god of the underworld, and her mother, whose hand reaches out for her.

Artist: Joel Artista.

Country: USA.

Rights: Image courtesy of Joel Artista.

Find out more by visiting http://rightsandjustice.nottingham.ac.uk/items/show/207.