U.S. Catholic Sisters Against Human Trafficking is a collaborative, faith-based national network that offers education, supports access to survivor services, and engages in advocacy in an effort to eradicate modern-day slavery. Check out their website HERE.
Anti Human Trafficking
New Legislation in Scotland: The Human Trafficking and Exploitation Bill (Scotland)
The Scottish Government introduced this Bill in December 2014. it is now in its final stage on its journey through the Scottish parliament. It will introduce a specific law to combat human trafficking and exploitation for the very first time in Scotland.
We, the Religious Sisters of Charity, inspired by the love of Christ, take a corporate stance against the Trafficking of Human Persons because we believe in the dignity of each and every human being and in their right to justice. At our General Chapters 2013 we committed ‘ourselves once more to be a voice for all who suffer injustice’.
The Congregational Anti Human Trafficking Team
The new Anti-Human Trafficking Team was formed in 2014. It is made up of representatives from each province and region and the Australian Congregation.