International and local artists will be at the Freedom Park in Dumaguete City at 7 tonight for a roadshow concert aimed to drum up support and awareness of efforts to combat human trafficking.
Lead singer for the Click Five, Kyle Patrick, and top Filipino bands Franco, Lucid, Interval, Standout, and the Chuckoy Vicuña Thrive are performing in the national anti-trafficking roadshow concert for the MTV End Exploitation and Trafficking, Philippines, campaign coordinator Louie Barretto said in a press release.
He said Patrick, the MTV EXIT celebrity ambassador, will join youth leaders and performing arts group, Youth Advocates Through Theater Arts, to inspire students of the St. Paul University-Dumaguete on how to develop campaigns to spread awareness of human trafficking in the Philippines, the press release also said.
The first-ever anti-trafficking roadshow concert was launched March this year, and in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development, the Australian Government’s Agency for International Development, Walk Free: The Movement to End Modern Slavery, and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.*JFP
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