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Girls are good as gold at SHE rescue NGO

Publication date 31 July 2022 | 19:29 | ICT

Launched from the kind hearts of Hiratsuka Niki and Miguel Jeronimo, the What’s Your Gold? exhibition supports women and girls rescued from sex trafficking, through art therapy.

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