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''Bought and Sold,'' a Reflection by Eilis Coe,rsc, on the Sunday Readings, 14 January, 2018.

In 1 Corinthians 6, which was read on Sunday 14th January 2018, St. Paul tells the people of Corinth that they have been ”bought and paid for.” Elsewhere, Paul tells his...

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UISG Webinar- Living Mission Interculturality.

UISG invite all English speakers to Webinar on Living Mission Interculturality: interview with Rev. Anthony Gittins, C.S.Sp., M.A., Ph.D. taking place on Friday, 2nd February 2018, at the Piazza di...

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Confronting root causes: Forced Labour in Global Supply Chains.

New 12-part report Confronting Root Causes: Forced Labour in Global Supply Chains– Genevieve Lebaron, Neil Howard, Cameron Thibos and Penelope Kyritsis, shines a light on key questions we need to...

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Government report cites increase in Human Trafficking in Ireland.

Blue Blindfold Ireland

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Godwin Obaseki approves funding to rehabilitate human trafficking survivors.

EDO State Governor in Nigeria makes concerted effort to bring an end to human trafficking

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Two tragedies- The Rohingya exodus and the European migrant crisis.

Two tragedies- The Rohingya exodus and European Migrant crisis

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Nigeria’s response to the tragic loss of life of 26 Nigerian girls, trying to cross the Mediterranean sea, 5th November 2017

”The Mediterranean has today become the world’s biggest cemetery, leaving deep wounds on humanity’s conscience that will over a period of time produce historical scars to serve as a testimony...

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October 18 is European Day against Human Trafficking

The crime of human trafficking is rampant in every country. At least 20 million people are held in slavery across the world. They are held for sexual exploitation, cheap labour,...

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Unchosen Stay Safe from Slavery Conference

Last month, the UK-based anti-trafficking organisation Unchosen held a conference at Nottingham University. The Conference had a series of brief addresses from a wide variety of people working against all...

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South African Students Against Human Trafficking

Students of the University of Johannesburg recently won a major award for a campaign which they ran to create awareness about human trafficking. Two lecturers involved in the project, Anna...

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