Creative Paths to Freedom?

The Antislavery Knowledge Network is led by Universities in Africa and the UK. It supports research and innovative and impactful work to address exploitation and contemporary slavery in Africa using approaches from the arts and humanities. Thanks to funding from the UK's Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the Global Challenges Research Fund, we have commissioned and supported a range of research projects. Together we aim to grow our network and explore how approaches from the arts and humanities can address contemporary forms of enslavement by adopting a community-engaged, human rights focus that delivers development impacts.

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Episodes

Thursday Jun 25, 2020

In conversation with Kwaku Mfoni, Enyo Bruku and Florence McCudden from City Hearts about their project Emerging Voices.

Sunday Jun 14, 2020

We speak with Isabell Zattu and Enock Mac'ouma (Rongo University) about their community radio project through the Community Media 4 Kenya (CM4K) partnership. 

Monday Jun 08, 2020

En Français! Nous parlons avec Mamadou Cissé de Visualising Liberté. 

Wednesday Jun 03, 2020

We speak with Dr Willis Okumu about documenting the lived experiences of human trafficking and modern-day slavery among the youth in Kenya.   

Monday May 18, 2020

En Français! Nous parlons avec Ali Bouzou et Hamissou Rhissa Achaffert de LESLAN (Héritages de l'esclavage au Niger). 

Sunday May 10, 2020

We speak with Geoffrey Omony and Diana Opina Alaroker from Yolred about their project supporting ex-child combatants. 

Sunday May 03, 2020

In this podcast we speak with Catherine Asekenye and Elizabeth Sitati about their project, which examines the impact of design of care facilities on outcomes for survivors of human trafficking.  

Wednesday Apr 22, 2020

'Hidden Histories' is led by the James Town Community Theatre and the University West of Scotland investigating connections between historic and modern slavery in James Town, Accra, Ghana. 

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