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DJ Andrew Fearns taps a key on his laptop as he shakes his head to the rhythm. Standing next to him, singer Jason Williamson spits his street-poetic lyrics into the microphone.
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To be enslaved in Europe today seems impossible. Yet this is the case for millions of people. Marish, 52, has been held captive by a family for 10 years and is forced to work without being payed.
Amal was 14 years old when she first went down to Tahrir Square during the Egyptian revolution, after her boyfriend died in the Port Said Stadium riot.