SEEKS TO INSPIRE AWARENESS AND ACTIVISM

OVERVIEW

The LifeArt Forum is an international Forum organized by the LifeArt Festival bringing together humanitarian panels, films, music, art and events. The LifeArt Forum provides an independent platform for debate and collaboration on humanitarian issues and art forms. Its activities include advocacy and projects that deal with humanitarian concerns.

GOAL

This forum seeks to inspire awareness and activism. We will learn from experts on the expansive human trafficking industry, speak with movement leaders, social media activists, investigators, and hear from shelter directors and survivors who will share their stories from rescue to aftercare and recovery. 

 
LifeArt Festival ZOE AWARD

Humanitarian Award Ceremony 

YOUTH FORUM 

 

The LifeArt Youth Forum seeks to inspire awareness and activism, and offers a unique opportunity for youth to voice their opinions, share ideas, and think together about what they can do to make a difference in their world.

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Sex Trafficking & Social Media 

Industry experts in technology and law enforcement discuss sex trafficking online, on-demand, apps, and sexual service advertisements that place children at risk. Thousands of kids are being trafficked off Snapchat and other forms of social media. 

The #MeToo Movement 

The original purpose of the “MeToo” movement was to empower women through empathy using the phrase as a hashtag to reveal the extent of sexual harassment and assault by how many people have experienced these events.  

How to Make a Difference 

Leaders, artists, tech and web professionals, musicians, and politicians discuss the current issues affecting humanity, and the past, present, and future of activism and making a difference in the world.

 

YOUTH FORUM 

The LifeArt Youth Forum seeks to inspire awareness and activism, and offers a unique opportunity for youth to voice their opinions, share ideas, and think together about what they can do to make a difference in their world.

 

 Welcome Session

Author and activist Nicole Bromley sensitively shines a light on sexual abuse, while educating and empowering student audiences to find their voice, and be a solution to an ever growing problem. Sharing her internationally recognized keynote, "Our Little Secret," Nicole uses her own life story to break the silence, and bring hope and healing to others.

Trafficking & Social Media 

Aaron Cohen, Abolitionist and author of The Slave Hunter, speaks to students about online media safety. Through storytelling of real life Sex trafficking rescues, Aaron teaches students how to spot the popular online techniques of predators and traffickers, and how to avoid being cat-fished, scammed or even trafficked while using online media.

How to Make a Difference

 

STEFANIE ROOS  (Creative Director, Choreographer)

Stefanie worked with Madonna, Ricky Martin, Rihanna, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson and Prince among others, she has also been in charge of choreography or creative direction for major events, TV shows and Award Shows, including the London Olympics 2012, MTV Awards, American Music Awards. 

JUSTIN BURKE (singer/songwriter, speaker)

Justin is a university student and social media personality. Through his original music and content, Justin has grown a community of over 1.5 million followers, and over 100 million views across his social media platforms. Justin’s message empowers young people to embrace their uniqueness and live their life with purpose and passion, to become the positive change the world needs!

 

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