Dance Show in Amsterdam

Denounce women trafficking in the heart of the system

In Amsterdam Red Light district, passers-by have been this time not only by women in the windows but because they have began to dance like robots. But the dance ends up with a message telling that women are send to Western Europe with the promise to become dancers but land here as prostitutes. This operation has been originated by a Duval Guillaume Modem for the association Stop the Traffik to raise awareness against women trafficking
TitleSo you think you will dance
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Campaign So you think you will dance
Advertiser Stop the Traffik
Brand Stop the Traffik

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