A detailed look at our growth, impact and efforts in the fight against modern slavery.
Our beneficiaries have shown tremendous resilience during these difficult times. With a little encouragement, these women began to express their experiences of “how the world paused” during COVID-19, using the ancient and rich Warli tribal art form, practiced in Maharashtra, India, since the 10th century AD.
We are excited to share the creative expressions of these brave women captured on a limited edition t-shirt. This t-shirt will remind you of the resilience we all exhibited during these difficult times.
We had our first fundraiser dinner hosted by our YouCanFreeUs Global Ambassadors, Nandini Singh and Ghazalah Moolobhoy. Socially responsible corporations, artists, chefs and media companies gave of their talents and resources to make it a night to remember.
Beyond the realms of fabric, textures, silhouettes and models: YouCanFreeUs has a very exciting partnership with the fashion industry. We use fashion as a voice to not only tell the story of modern slavery, but to tell the story of redemption and new beginnings. It all started with Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week in 2012 where,
Red tells the compelling story of modern slavery through the lenses of ace photographer Danielle Valimont. Red is a visual expression of the city of Mumbai, the financial capital of India, home to Bollywood but sadly a city which has one of the largest red light districts in the world. The book is aptly titled