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ID: oai:crco.cssd.ac.uk:324
Date: 2017-05-07

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ID: oai:crco.cssd.ac.uk:323
Date: 2017-06-10

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ID: oai:crco.cssd.ac.uk:321
Date: 2016-06-22

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ID: oai:crco.cssd.ac.uk:318
Date: 2016-06-28

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ID: oai:crco.cssd.ac.uk:317
Date: 2017-06-09

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ID: oai:crco.cssd.ac.uk:315
Date: 2017-06-09

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ID: oai:crco.cssd.ac.uk:314
Date: 2017-06-09

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ID: oai:crco.cssd.ac.uk:309
Date: 2017-06-28

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ID: oai:crco.cssd.ac.uk:308
Date: 2017-06-08

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ID: oai:crco.cssd.ac.uk:307
Date: 2017-06-08

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Itzia Zerón......................................Shaptes&#13;
Irene Akiko Iida..............................Shaktom Fabrina Melón................................Jogbos&#13;
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Nadia Balfe - Gina/Mara&#13;
Jordan Dawes - Danny/Luan Palkici&#13;
Laura Dewey - Denise Marshall/Natalia&#13;
Nicholas Hart - Jack&#13;
Sara Hirsch - Claudia Schmidt&#13;
Peter Hobday - Krisjãnis&#13;
Magnus McCullagh - Iain/Alex&#13;
Elizabeth Menabney - Anna Puzova/Police Officer&#13;
John Montegrande - James/Andreas&#13;
Peter Randall - Anthony Steen&#13;
Cherrelle Skeete - Oliviette/Adjo&#13;
Sarah Vevers - Christina Caine&#13;
Paula Videniece - Aija&#13;
Rhiannon Wallace - Carys&#13;
Miles Yekinni - Tayo/Leo&#13;
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PRODUCTION TEAM - BA (HONS) THEATRE PRACTICE STUDENTS&#13;
Sarah Beaton - Set and Costume Design&#13;
Samantha Buckmaster - Costume Supervisor&#13;
Gareth Wide - Lighting Design/Programmer&#13;
Douglas Green - Video/Projection Design&#13;
Peter Malkin - Sound Design&#13;
James Nicholson - Sound Design&#13;
Tal Landsman - Production Manager&#13;
Elliot Bennet - Technical Manager&#13;
Nikita Wolski - Stage Manager&#13;
Sally Inch - Deputy Stage Manager&#13;
Ellie Phillips - Assistant Stage Manager&#13;
Sam Jeffs - Chief Electrician&#13;
Kieran O'Brien - Media Production/Programmer&#13;
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Catherine Alexander - Director&#13;
Andrew London - Assistant Director&#13;
Max Mackintosh - Assistant Director&#13;
Tara McAllister-Viel - Vocal Support&#13;
Marina Tyndall - Accent Coach&#13;
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CHARACTER BIOGRAPHIES AND SOURCES&#13;
Luan &amp; Natalia&#13;
Luan Plakici is an Albanian immigrant who was convicted of human trafficking in 2002. He was the first person to be tried under the new UK human trafficking laws and sentenced to 24 years in prison. Scenes are based on media reports about Luan and interviews with Denise Marshall.&#13;
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Danny &amp; James&#13;
In the north of England forced labour is a consistent underlying problem. These characters are based on original interviews with two Mancunians who have a connection with this issue. They have asked to remain anonymous.&#13;
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Tayo &amp; Gbenga&#13;
This storyline is based on accounts of boys and young men trafficked to the Ivory Coast to be used as forced labour. Taken from their homes in places such as Nigeria and Mali, these boys work on cocoa and sugar plantations. Much of the chocolate on sale in this country has links to slave about in Africa. The starting point for this storyline is the YouTube video: 'Chocolate, not so sweet after all'. (www.fairtrade.org.uk)&#13;
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Anthony Steen&#13;
Anthony was a Conservative MP for Totnes. He is the chairman of The Human Trafficking Foundation and has been instrumental in raising UK governmental awareness of human trafficking. Character is based on original interviews with Anthony Steen. (www.allpartygrouphumantrafficking.org)&#13;
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Denise Marshall&#13;
Denise is the director os Eaves and The Poppy Project: these organisations campaign for the freedom and rights of trafficked women. Character is based on original interviews with Denise Marshall. (www.eaves4women.co.uk)&#13;
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Jack &amp; Carys&#13;
One of the more sophisticated forms of coercion is the 'Loverboy'. A 'Loverboy' lures young girls into boyfriend/girlfriend relationships before cutting them off from family and friends and trafficking them from one town to another. (www.mydangerousloverboy.com)&#13;
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Aija &amp; Krisjãnis&#13;
These young Latvians came to the UK on legal passports with the promise of legitimate work and found themselves the victims of human trafficking. Storyline based on original interviews with sources who wish to remain anonymous.&#13;
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Oliviette&#13;
Many people trafficked to the UK are enslaved as domestic servants in private homes. Some start as servants in their home countries, but when they are illegally transported to other countries to continue working they find themselves trapped. Storyline based on several sources which have been fictionalised. - 'Enslaved: The New British Slavery' by Ramila Gupta&#13;
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Anna Puzova&#13;
Anna Puzova was the first woman in the UK to be convicted of child trafficking. As a mother with eight children named on her passport, she was easily able to traffic children from Italy to UK. Scenes are fictionalised based upon interviews with Superintendent Bernie Gravett, Metropolitan Police.&#13;
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Christine Caine&#13;
Christine is a Christian leader from Sydney, Australia. She is actively involved in supporting victims of human trafficking through the A21 campaign. This character is created using verbatim text from Christine's YouTube videos. (www.thea21campaign.org)&#13;
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Andreas&#13;
Andreas is a Greek immigrant who has integrated himself into the criminal underworld of Soho. The character is based on encounters with a source whose anonymity we wish to protect.&#13;
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Mara&#13;
Mara is a Latvian masseuse whose career has been ruined following an accident. She awoke with amnesia and injuries which, she believes, resulted from being sold for sex whilst unconscious. Story based on original interviews with Mara Vaitkuse.&#13;
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Other Sources&#13;
* UN Office on drugs and crime: www.undoc.org&#13;
* US Trafficking in Persons' Report: www.state.gov&#13;
* The Bible, Leviticus 25:44&#13;
* The Koran, The Believers 23:1&#13;
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* Stop Trafficking Now: www.sctnow.org&#13;
* 'Designing Trafficking Research From a Labour Market Perspective', by Beate Andrees and Mariska N. J. Van Der Linden&#13;
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Date: 2017-06-28

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Date: 2017-06-22

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ID: oai:crco.cssd.ac.uk:59
Date: 2017-06-13

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ID: oai:crco.cssd.ac.uk:31
Date: 2017-08-23

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Date: 2017-04-18

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