Brisbane Sister a part of history
The Catholic Leader
December 16, 2007
THE reality of human trafficking in Australia has been highlighted by the inclusion of a Brisbane nun on a new international network to deal with the problem.
And in a trafficking-related incident close to home, a north Queensland couple last week were the first in the state to be jailed on slavery charges.
Co-ordinator of the Sisters of the Good Samaritan Working Against Human Trafficking Sr Pauline Coll was among 33 women religious from 26 nations who came together to launch the International Network of Religious Against Trafficking in Persons (INRATIP). read more..