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Resources in Human Trafficking
Use this resource in your bulletins during a worship service planned around the issue of human trafficking. The information and scripture may be used for a Minute for Mission, too.
The PW quarterly newsletter highlights recent news from Presbyterian Women at the churchwide level. Find reports from PW groups about Together in Action Days, news about the 2015 Churchwide Gathering, information about upcoming celebrations, an order form for Birthday Offering materials, fliers and more. This issue is dated February–April 2015 and reflects news reported through January 31,… Read more »
Use the resources contained within this 47-page packet to explore modern-day slavery and learn how you can help. The packet includes: A guide to its useArticles from Presbyterians Today and Horizons magazine A quiz to test your knowledge of human trafficking A one-session study, “Understanding Human Trafficking 101” A guide to U.S. and international law… Read more »
Join Presbyterian efforts to end the exploitation of children as soldiers. Find information about the issue and how you can become involved as well as a description of how to participate in the Red Hands Campaign.
Of all the evils that violate the humanity of millions of men, women and children, surely modern day slavery (human trafficking) is the most abhorrent. This issue of Justice and Peace Links includes reflections from two Presbyterian women on human trafficking—on the scope of trafficking nationally and internationally, and on what we can do to… Read more »
Read the Human Rights Update 2010 developed by The Advisory Committee on Social Witness Policy (ACSWP)of the General Assembly Mission Council.
By the Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women, 2007. This report examines concerns that some initiatives to stop human trafficking have proved counter-productive for the very people they were supposed to benefit.
Keynote speech at the Freedom Network (USA) Annual Conference, March 2009, by the Rev. Noelle Damico, who coordinates the PC(USA) Campaign for Fair Food.