ArtWorks supporters

The ILO has had a long association with the arts to promote fundamental rights and advocate for social change on world of work issues. Since the launching of the ArtWorks programme in 2013, around 100 personalities from the sporting and entertainment worlds have supported ILO's campaigns and initiatives.

Goodwill Ambassador

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    Wagner Moura

    Award-winning Brazilian actor Wagner Moura is the first ILO Goodwill Ambassador with a focus on forced labour, an issue he has long campaigned against.

    He joined the ILO’s 50 for Freedom campaign, which aims to help end modern-day slavery.

    Moura has a strong record on speaking out against forced labour and began collaborating with the ILO, when he supported the Red Card campaign to end child labour.

All supporters

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1974 AD, rock band, Nepal - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Alice Eve, actress, GB - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Akissi Delta, actress, actress, Ivory Coast - supporter against child labour

Alexander Skarsgård, actor, Sweden - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Allison Janney, actress, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Alyssa Milano, actress, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Ann Marie Simpson, violinist, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Anne Archer, actress, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

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Bete Mendes, actress, Brazil - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

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Camila Pitanga, actress and model, Brazil - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Carlos Saldanha, director, Brazil - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Chaka Khan, singer-songwriter, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Charlotte Jackson, TV presenter, GB - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Cher, singer, actress, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour and EndSlaveryNow campaigns

CHIVAS football team, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Claudio Abbado, conductor, Italy - supporter of the Music Against Child Labour initiative

Colin Farrell, actor, Ireland - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

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Dan Kennedy, football player, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour and EndSlaveryNow campaigns

Daniel Barenboim, pianist and conductor, Argentina - supporter of the Music Against Child Labour initiative

Danny Glover, actor and director - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Dave Stewart, musician, songwriter and record producer, GB - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

David Ginola, football player, actor and model, France - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

David James Gandy, model, GB - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

David Oyelowo, actor, GB - supporter of the 50 for Freedom campaign 

Demián Bichir, actor, Mexico - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Dexter Fletcher, actor and director, GB - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Diego Luna, actor, Mexico - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Dira Paes, actress, Brazil - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Dominic Lewis, composer, GB - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

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Edoardo Ponti, director, Italy/US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Eva Longoria, actress, US - supporter of gender equality in the workplace

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Gilberto Miranda, actor, Brazil - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Gloria Steinem, feminist, journalist and social activist, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Greg Louganis, Olympic diver and author, US - supporter against HIV/AIDS discrimination at work

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Hans Zimmer, composer and music producer, Germany - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour and EndSlaveryNow campaigns

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Indira Varma, actress, GB - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Ismail Ferdous, photographer, Bangladesh - author of the exhibition So We Exist

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Jada Pinkett Smith, actress, singer-songwriter, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

James and Phil Younghusband, football players, Philippines/GB - supporters of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Jason Atherton, chef and TV presenter, UK - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Jason Sudeikis, actor and screenwriter, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, model and actor, Canada - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Joaquín Furriell, actor, Argentina - supporter of the 50 for Freedom campaign

John Powell, composer, GB - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Johnny Harris, actor, GB - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Jon Tenney, actor, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

José-Antonio Abreu, pianist and conductor, Venezuela - supporter of the Music Against Child Labour initiative

Josh Childress, basketball player, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Juanes, musician, Colombia - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Junes Zahdi, actor, Germany - supporter against HIV/AIDS discrimination at work

Junkie XL, composer and multi-instrumentalist, The Netherlands/US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

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Kathleen “Bird” York, actress, screenwriter and songwriter, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Kathryn McCormick, dancer and actress, US - supporter against modern slavery

Kathy Griffin, actress, comedian, writer, producer, and television host, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Kavi Ladnier, actress, India - supporter of against HIV/AIDS discrimination at work

Kellan Lutz, model and actor, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Ken Watanabe, actor, Japan - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

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Larry King, TV and radio host, actor, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Le Cong Vinh, football player, Vietnam - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Lili Haydn, violinist, vocalist and composer, Canada - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Lindiwe Bungane, singer and actress, Zambia - supporter of the 50 for Freedom campaign

Lisa Kristine, photographer, US - supporter of the 50 for Freedom campaign

LIZ, singer, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Lorne Balfe, composer and music producer, GB - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Luciana Carro, actress, Canada - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

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Maria Bello, actress and writer, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Mariana Renata, actress, France & Indonesia - supporter against HIV/AIDS discrimination at work

Martin Sheen, actor, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Mathew St. Patrick, actor, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Melissa Fitzgerald, actress, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour and EndSlaveryNow campaigns

Mike Einziger, musician, co-writer and guitarist of Incubus, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Mila Kunis, actress, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Milton Nascimento, singer-songwriter, Brazil - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Minh Dang, anti-child trafficking activist, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

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Nico & Vinz, singers and songwriters, Norway - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Nicolas Cage, actor and producer, US - author of a message of support against child labour

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Oliver Stone, director, screenwriter, producer, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Olivia Wilde, actress and producer, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Osmar Prado, actor and writer, Brazil - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

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Patrick John Flueger, actor, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Paul Haggis, screenwriter, producer, and director, Canada - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Pharrell Williams, singer-songwriter, US - supporter of green jobs for youth and for the Red Card to Child Labour and EndSlaveryNow campaigns 

Pilar Jurado, singer and composer, Spain - supporter of the Music Against Child Labour initiative

Priscila Camargo, actress, Brazil - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

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Q'orianka Kilcher, actress and singer, Germany/US - supporter of indigenous people’s rights, Red Card to Child Labour and EndSlaveryNow campaigns

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Ratidzo Mambo, actress, Zimbabwe - supporter against HIV/AIDS discrimination at work

RJ Mitte, actor, US - disabilities awareness supporter

Robin Wright, actress, US -  supporter of the 50 for Freedom campaign 

Rob Morrow, actor and director, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Ron Howard, actor, producer and director, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign, attended Una Notte Verde

Rugby Calvisano, rugby club, Italy - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Ryan Ochoa, actor, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

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Sasha Alexander, actress, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Sérgio Mendes, musician, Brazil - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Serj Tankian, singer-songwriter and composer, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Sharon Stone, actress, US - supporter against HIV/AIDS discrimination at work

Sheila E, singer, drummer and percussionist, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Sienna Tiggy Guillory, actress, GB - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Sophia Bush, actress, director, US - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Susan Sarandon, actress, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

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Texas Battle, actor, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

Tim Roth, actor and director, GB - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour and EndSlaveryNow campaigns

Toni Collette, actress and musician, Australia - supporter of the EndSlaveryNow campaign

Travis Barker, musician, drummer of Blink-182, US - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

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Vienne, musician, US - supporter against modern slavery

Vladimir Derevianko, dancer, Russia - supporter of the Red Card to Child Labour campaign

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Wagner Moura, actor, Brazil - Goodwill Ambassador with a focus on forced labour and advocate for the Red Card to Child Labour campaign