Reggae Artists United – Shadows After Darkish @ Cease Human Trafficking Marketing campaign
11/25/2020 by Press Launch
The Nationwide Activity Drive In opposition to Trafficking in Individuals (NATFATIP) has partnered with VP Data to launch a marketing campaign to boost consciousness towards human trafficking. The launch kicked off on November 23, 2020, with the video lyric launch of a Reggae medley titled Shadows After Darkish.
In keeping with Minister of Nationwide Safety, the Hon. Dr. Horace Chang, trafficking in individuals is a profitable and rising enterprise. “It’s rising, and as we get on prime of coping with the unlawful medication and firearms trades – it means the legal organisations are shedding cash, and they’re going to look to different areas, and clearly a kind of areas is human trafficking”.
In the meantime Richard Lue, Director of Enterprise Affairs for VP Data, who coordinated the partnership between VP Data and NATFATIP, stated “music is likely one of the finest methods to speak. We felt it necessary to work with NATFATIP to verify as many individuals are conscious of human trafficking and the perils it brings”.
To lift consciousness and spark conversations concerning the crime of human trafficking, Shadows After Darkish”encourages individuals to be very cautious of whom they belief. The track is produced by Reggae star Alborosie. The Italian born Alborosie has led an expansive and multi-dimensional profession releasing 14 albums since 2006. An achieved artist, he has mastered his craft as a songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer and self-proclaimed “Dub Mechanic.”
Extra performances come from Christopher Martin, Romain Virgo, Dean Fraser, Duane Stephenson, Kabaka Pyramid, Etana, Taurus Riley, Kumar, Morgan Heritage, Raging Fyah and Sandy Smith. The track makes use of acquainted phrasing resembling “you may see a person’s face however not his coronary heart” to intensify how belief could be abused.
The accompanying lyric video demonstrates methods wherein trafficking could be carried out. The track shall be extensively out there on all digital platforms on Friday November 27.
On December 1, a world poster competitors may also be launched to boost consciousness towards human trafficking and can finish subsequent Could. NATFATIP was established in 2005 as a multi-agency strategy by the Authorities of Jamaica to strengthen Jamaica’s legislative, institutional and operational capability to fight Trafficking in individuals (TIP). Trafficking is the recruitment, transportation, switch, harbouring or receipt of individuals. This may be achieved via risk, use of power, types of coercion, abduction, deception or abuse of energy.
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