Within the framework of small collectives, the women of the Mist organize workshops for the production of podcasts which are real discussion groups. They freely discuss topics chosen collectively and record themselves through the use of dedicated equipment belonging to the association. They are all responsible for building the discussions and the content of the podcasts that will be produced. They choose together at the end of the sessions the extracts they agree to see broadcast.
Saison 2 : True talk, Life after.
As part of weekly discussion groups dedicated to the theme of “life after the street”, the members of the Mist record podcasts themselves for other victims in Europe. What are the challenges of this new life? How to overcome them? How to talk about it, break taboos and promote support for each other in this new battle?
A real individual and collective therapeutic tool, these recordings started in September 2021 and are still in progress.
Thanks to Antoine Lalanne-Desmet of the Radio Activité association (editing), Tadzio, Elodie Apard, Ayoola Fakunmoju and Ewena Robin (illustrations).
Life after forced prostitution. What do we face, what are the challenges of this new life? This is why we are here again in Paris to talk about the issues with boyfriend, the difficulty of having a good boyfriend after the street. Lets share our experience together and SUPPORT each other on this new battle.
Listen to this second episode about boy-friends and discover more. Nigerian victims of trafficking are enslaved by their madams: which Everybody know that, but some Girls are now enslaved by their so-called boyfriends and it’s a total taboo. Lets have a True Talk about them. Life after the street is full of challenges and we need to support each others in this new battle.
On the occasion of the International Women’s Day 2022 #8mars discover the New episode of our True Talk podcast🎙️. Let’s talk about Women’s Rights with Madame Hélène Bidard, Deputy Mayor of Paris! Our rights as victims of trafficking are not always properly protected in France and we need to have a True Talk about it💪🏾🙏🏾🎙️ Listen to our voices and share this episode to empower solidarity. Thanks to Hélène Bidard for listening and supporting us🙏🏾 !
Listen to this new episode of true talk about church. Churches are supposed to be safe places! Life after the street is full of challenges and we need to support each others in this new battle.
Pendant deux mois, les acteurs TRACY GOTOAS et FULGENCE MVEMBA ont intégré notre équipe, dans le cadre de la préparation du film DU CRÉPITEMENT SOUS LES NÉONS de FGKO. Avec nous, ils ont appris le pidgin English, ils se sont confrontés aux réalités de la traite Nigériane et aujourd’hui ils vous racontent! Abonnez-vous sur notre chaîne YouTube pour d’autres épisodes 🙏🏾🤝🏾💪🏽
In 2017, the French President admitted that what was happening in Libya was human trafficking and a Crime against Humanity. In 2021, he said France has « a debt with Libya and with the Libyan citizens which is a decade of disorder ». Today the Mist’s members would like to ask to a question to @emmanuelmacron : what about the debt of the French State towards the victims of this Crime against Humanity sold and exploited in Libya during those ten years of disorder ? Thousands of them live in France today without shelter, care or documents. Why is it so difficult for us to get protection and documents in so many cities in France despite the fact that you know very well what we endured ?
You know say if dem dey tell you say « Libya Libya, Europe Europe », omo no be moi moi !
Abeg my friends wey still dey here make una dey yarn them the story, Because if only one person dan dey hammer them dem go think say na lie, Gist me I dey here !
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Saison 1 : True talk, from France to Nigeria
As part of the online prevention campaign Dont Pay With Your Life (1), a group of thirteen women members of the Mist produced eight episodes of a podcast entitled TRUE TALK aimed at young Nigerian girls, and more particularly those living in Edo State, southern Nigeria, the nerve center of sex trafficking to Europe. These recordings were made between December 2020 and June 2021, during fifteen collective workshops including ten discussion and recording workshops, co-hosted with the associations Radio activité et Jouir (2).
- The Dont Pay With Your Life campaign is coordinated by Ecpat France and carried out in partnership with the associations Mist (France), AFJ (France) and Girls power Initiative (Nigeria): Don’t Pay With Your Life Campaign – Home | Facebook. This campaign aims to raise awareness and encourage young people under the age of 25 in Edo State in Nigeria to get involved in the fight against the trafficking of young Nigerian women for the purpose of sexual exploitation.
- Many thanks to Elodie Apard, Silvia Beraldo, Amélie Perrot, Constance Leon, Camille Sarazin and Aphelandra Siassia.