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Speak Easy S02E12: Poetry Between Two Worlds

Hairudin Masnin, Project Coordinator, International Labor Organisation | Rizalinda Miranda, Domestic Worker and Pianist | Nazreen Mohamad, Poet

06-Aug-19 15:00

Speak Easy S02E12: Poetry Between Two Worlds

As part of the arts, poetry is a means to give a voice to the voiceless, to bring into light stories that are left in the shadows. This brings us to the latest project by Project Liberat8, a Malaysian nonprofit organisation that aims to educate and raise awareness of the public on the anti-human trafficking cause. Together with the International Labour Organisation, they produced “Between Two Worlds,” a video that features a collaborative performance between a poet and a domestic worker-cum-pianist.

Produced by: Tina Carmillia

Presented by: Sheena Baharudin


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Tags:  Bigger PictureFront Rowspoken wordpoetrypoemlabour rightsdomestic workerforced labourhuman traffickingspeakeasyonbfmSocial Enterprises, Non-ProfitsPerforming Arts

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