In Lviv, opened an art installation to raise the issue of trafficking

from 17 February to 20 March at Prospect Shevchenko in Lviv will be placed art installation "Invisible", which aims to draw attention to the problem of human trafficking and tell real stories of victims, living among people, but often go unnoticed. This is the communicationdomyly the press service of the Lviv Regional State Administration. 111 figures, silhouettes represent more than 120 thousand Ukrainian victims of human trafficking in 1991. At twenty figures marked the true stories of victims of modern slavery. The figures produced former victims of trafficking who struck reintegration program of the International Organization for Migrationth (IOM), opened his own business. Opening art installation and a press conference on 17 February at 11.00 with the participation of heads of IOM Ukraine Manfred Profazi, director of the department of family, gender mainstreaming and combating human trafficking Ministry of Social Policy of Ukraine Natalia F., Director of Lviv Regional keepvnoyi Administration and Lviv City Council. Told