Gardening against slavery
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Gardening against slavery at Chelsea Flower Show

A world-famous flower show is not a place where you would expect to see an anti-slavery stand.

But Tanzanian-born Juliet Sargeant has done just that, using her exhibition at the Chelsea Flower Show in London to highlight what campaigners call modern-day slavery, including forced labour and prostitution.

BBC Africa's Dayo Yusuf visited the show to see how Ms Sargeant's garden design expresses her message.

  • 27 May 2016
  • From the section Africa