People More Vulnerable to Traffickers during Covid-19

ACRATH calls for support in lead up to World Day Against Trafficking in Persons on 30 July ACRATH (Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking in Humans) today urged people to support those most vulnerable to trafficking during the COVID-19 pandemic. ACRATH President Sr Louise Cleary csb, who co-founded the organisation 15 years ago, urged people to…

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Pray Online with ACRATH

ACRATH members have prepared a ten minute Prayer for the World Day Against the Trafficking in Persons. You are invited to join ACRATH on ZOOM on the 30th July.  Please click on the Zoom link below to attend.  If you are unable to attend download the PowerPoint and lead your community in prayer. Zoom details…

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Act Against Human Trafficking

ACRATH has developed a prayer to use as we mark the 2020 World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. This day is marked each year on 30th July. The International Labour Organization (ILO) estimates that there are more than 40 million people in our world today who are victims of human trafficking. Forced labour and human…

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Actions for July 2020

The UN World Day Against Trafficking in Persons is held on 30th July each year. As we prepare to mark this day later in the month perhaps we could focus on raising awareness about this heinous crime. It is estimated there are over 40 million people in slavery in our world today and most of…

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Standing in Solidarity in Nepal

Celebrating World Day Against Trafficking in Persons Caritas Nepal Women and Children Desk (CNWCD) observed the first UN declared World Day Against Trafficking in Persons by showing their solidarity with the victims and survivors of Human Trafficking and to spreading awareness about human trafficking in the rural communities. They organized a program in Jharuwarasi in collaboration…

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First World Day Against Trafficking in Persons

Help to Give Hope Each year millions of children, women and men from all regions of the world are trafficked, their hope is stolen. To mark the first ever United Nations World Day against Trafficking in Persons, 30 July, people across the globe are encouraged to symbolically help give back this precious item.  Click here to find…

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