Maasai Warrior cricket team

The Rights Lab and Nottingham Business School are working hard in the fight against modern slavery.  As part of their activities they will be hosting the Maasai Cricket Warriors as part of the upcoming “Modern day slavery and survivors voices” conference.

The Maasai Warriors use cricket to educate and empower communities - they are strong advocates against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and early marriages, they promote girls education, environmental conservation etc. At the conference they will share more about their work and contribution towards tackling modern slavery, including forced marriage in Kenya. 

Join us to learn more about how the City of Nottingham and Maasai Cricket Warriors from Kenya are fighting modern slavery. We will also invite participants to share how modern slavery is impacting their own communities. Presenters will provide an overview of modern slavery, talk about what Nottingham is doing, and introduce you to survivor-led initiatives. Representatives from the Institute of Mental Health’s Modern Slavery Innovation Network will also be attending and presenting.

Modern Day Slavery & Survivor Voices with Maasai Cricket Warriors 
Wed. 22 August 2018 | 9:30am – 3:00pm + optional cricket activities after!
Holy Trinity Church, Lenton, Nottingham, NG7 2FF


The event is FREE, but registration is required - for more information about the event please visit the University of Nottingham blog.
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Lunch will be provided but donations are welcome to support the Maasai Warriors Cricket tour.  

Judy Muthuri (Associate Professor, Corporate Social Responsibility) is putting together a team from the University to play the Warriors at 4.00pm on Wednesday 22 August at Holy Trinity Church Lenton NG7 2GF. If you are interested in playing or cheering the players on, contact Judy This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This event is part of the Maasai Cricket Warriors Tour (16th August- 2nd September) organised by Mojatu Foundation. More information can be found at: http://www.maasaicricket.com/