Backstage to the future is a social project using arts and creativity to create positive changes in safe migration and prevention of human trafficking in Vietnam.
Backstage to the Future is a three-year project co-funded by the European Union and the UK Government, and implemented in partnership between the British Council, Viet Nam Institute for Culture and Arts Studies and the Viet Nam National University Youth Union.See more
...to update the latest information of the project and useful information on safe migration and activities on prevention of human trafficking. You can also be in touch with the project team to contribute ideas to join hands to create positive changes for society.
Have you updated the recent news of Vietnamese travelling to Cambodia and being forced to do illegal online work? We have had a conversation with Pacific Links Foundation about this news to share with you about the potential risks behind those appealing invitations to work overseas.
One of the most crucial problems when working and studying abroad is financial management. How to pay the procedure expenses and living costs most efficiently? How to save some money while covering the living expenses and repaying other loans at the same time while you need financial support when migrating? Let's discuss with Ms.Mina Chung, an expert in financial management for further advice
Let's listen the story of a returnee who unfortunately became victims of human trafficking, but was lucky enough to figure out a way to return to their hometown safely. We hope that through this true story, you will have the most genuine view about human trafficking, to protect yourself and people around you.
Online integration course
This course is designed to provide learners a clear method of training community organisations to create Forum Theatre performances which will raise awareness of the dangers of human trafficking. By doing this communities can make new decisions for their members, avoid being lured into modern slavery and lives can be saved.
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This is the first time I learn about this meaningful art practice (Forum Theatre). What I am most interested in is the audience's engagement and important role in participating with the characters to change the end of the play (to suggest new solutions to social problems).
(The training helped me) build self-confidence, and improve my ability to communicate social issues through the Forum Theatre.
Enjoyed the atmosphere of the training and hope that I can spread this spirit to the community.
To exchange, meet and connect with friends in many provinces. To understand more about prevention of human trafficking
This website provides useful resources such as training materials, toolkits, digital products, etc for your reference in creating positive changes in safe migration and prevention of human trafficking in Vietnam.See more