Posts Tagged ‘sex trafficking’

Simple technology helps prevent refugee sex trafficking Comments 0

Monday, July 24th, 2017
Refugee protection

When Syrian refugees leave their camps, they pack three items: food, water, and light. The first two generally come in the form of packages from the United Nation’s World Food Program or other nonprofit organizations. The latter, however, traditionally came in the form of kerosene lamps, which are less than ideal. In fact, they’re often Read more

Religious against People Trafficking in NZ Comments 0

Friday, July 18th, 2014

The third Prevent People Trafficking Conference to be held in New Zealand took place in Porirua on June 5th and 6th. The conference was attended by representatives from  ANZRATH (Aotearoa New Zealand Religious against Trafficking in Humans) ANZRATH is a group made up of  New Zealand religious from a variety of congregations based in Auckland Sister Read more

My female faith hero: Catholic Sisters Comments 0

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

One of the striking features of innovative interfaith work is the very high proportion of women and girls who are involved, despite the received image of mostly male religious leaders in dialogue.  Of the 687 young people who applied to be one of our 34 Faiths Act Fellows, there were 487 women and 200 men. Read more