Blog Article | 31 May 2016

The JAM Network – Stop the Traffik



The JAM Network – Stop the Traffik

You are invited to the official LAUNCH of The Jam Network.

The JAM Network are celebrating with an arts evening featuring artists who are offering a myriad of performances in raising awareness of human trafficking and modern slavery in London.


The Natashas Project
…and more to be announced!

WHEN:  St Paul’s, 5 Rossmore Road, London NW1

WHERE: St Paul’s, 5 Rossmore Road, London NW1

Nearest tubes/rail: Stockwell, Clapham North, Clapham High St.

£5 cash door entry. All profit raised for STOP THE TRAFFIK.

You can register your interest and find out more about their event on the event Facebook page.

Drinks (cash bar) & catered food at venue for purchase.

jam About the event organiser, The JAM Network

The JAM Network is a collective of London-based creatives, academics, businesses and NGOs working to end modern slavery and human trafficking.



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