Women stage anti-human trafficking protest at Clapham Junction Station
Twenty seven women wrapped tape across their mouths as part of an anti human trafficking protest on Saturday.
The 27 for 27 demonstration saw protesters travel to 27 London boroughs, including Wandsworth, on August 10.
It aimed to mark the 27m men, women and children estimated to be trapped in slavery across the world and the UK.
The A21 Campaign is a global non-profit, non governmental organisation that directly helps victims of human trafficking and raises awareness by working with schools and liaising with government.
Protesters posed with tape over their faces and signs at Clapham Junction Station.
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