Held at the REDSEA Gallery in Dempsey Hill, the evening saw more than 70 people who turned up to learn more about the challenges that many women and children still face in our modern society today.
Singapore remains a popular transit hub and destination country for trafficking activities. Deceived by false promises of a well-paying job, women and girls are driven into the deep end of despair when they arrive in Singapore, realising that the reality is far from the truth.
Outpacing drugs and arms trafficking, the illicit human trafficking trade generates billions of dollars annually! This inhumane crime strips victims of their dignity, robs them of their value and destroys a person’s soul and will. HAGAR cannot do this work alone and partners organisations, government, corporations, donors, advocates, volunteers, and supporters. Everyone was stirred to take action, making a personal commitment to ACT in their capacity.
We want to say a big thank you to REDSEA Gallery who has also committed to donate a portion of the sales proceeds from artworks purchased by HAGAR supporters. If you are interested in any of the pieces, please drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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