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Who’s behind your order? exhibition booklet offers a glimpse into the lives and the challenges faced by five Brazilian women working in the app-based delivery sector in London.They guide us – via their own photos, texts, and audio recordings on a fast-paced journey through the busy roads of the city, sharing intimate fragments of their lives as migrant women workers.

This is part of a body of collaborative research on Brazilian migrant women’s experiences of gender-based violence in London. The earliest stage of this work mapped the experiences of Brazilian women survivors and is summarised in the report, We Can’t Fight in the Dark. This showed that 82% of women had experienced gender- -based violence, with 78%perpetrated in the public sphere, especially in the workplace. It also illustrated that while the labour market is a major site of gender-based abuses, financial autonomy is central to ensuring women’s independence from perpetrators of direct and indirect forms of gendered violence.

The project is developed by MinA – Migrants in Action, King’s College London, in partnership with People’s Palace Projects and Queen Mary University of London and funded by the UKRI – UK Research and Innovation and Arts Council UK.

Published in June 2023.

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