trafficking

End Human Trafficking

suffering intolerable injustice

Praying together to end Human Trafficking, 11th January – 8th February God of hope and peace, touch our hearts and energise our ongoing efforts in abolishing this heinous crime against humanity so that every victim is freed and every survivor’s life renewed. You blessed St Josephine Bakhita of Sudan with compassion for others. May her prayers comfort and strengthen the women, men and children who are in search of freedom. We ask for transformation of heart for those who inflict pain, anguish and grief on our vulnerable sisters and brothers. Give us generosity to stand in solidarity with others so that together we heal the hearts and lives of all

Human Trafficking Awareness

Rescue us

Today the United States celebrates Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Visit this informative link to update your awareness of this horrendous crime. https://ecospiritualityresources.com/2017/12/

Forms of Human Trafficking

Child trafficking

The Society of the Sacred Heart is involved with the work of raising awareness of Trafficking of Humans. We have members belonging to ANZRATH (Aotearoa New Zealand Religious Against Trafficking in Humans) and ACRATH (Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking in Humans). Another excellent, pro-active organisation, Stop the Traffik offers an in depth understanding of the many forms of trafficking existing in every corner of our world. Sexual exploitation, Labour exploitation, domestic servitude, forced marriage, organ harvesting, drug trade, child soldiers… We invite you to visit these websites and learn more about the horrendous activities that are happening close to home. Know how to recognise the insidious signs and how to

New Zealand Religious Against Trafficking of Humans

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In February 2012, twelve Religious representing eight Congregations joined together in Auckland to discern how best to address human trafficking issues in New Zealand.   The RSCJ are playing an active part.  Read the February 2013 NZRATH report …

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