Tell It In Colour make it their business to “raise a hopeful voice” and report positive news from all around Northern Ireland. I was delighted to share the story of how exploitation was stopped in its tracks at the sound of just a few voices last month. (Remember this?)
It’s easy to look at things that are horrible and seemingly out-of-control and simply ‘tut’, or let ourselves be a little disheartened. But I believe that when you find something is broken, you use your tools to fix it. We each have tools in our hands: a voice, an internet connection, an ability to network – and more individual-specific skills – and we can, and must, use them.
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