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Launch of cAPTives- APT/AMRI human trafficking awareness-raising programme.

At 11:00 (GMT),  Monday, 18 October 2021, the EU anti-Human Trafficking day, APT/AMRI launch their cAPTives anti-human trafficking education programme for post-primary schools. When compiling this education resource, the following key questions came to mind: Why do we use the words Slave/Slavery to describe this Human Trafficking? Is the term Trafficking the most suitable term? […]

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APT/AMRI member Rita Wynne, RSC, on life-giving opportunities for the most vulnerable.

In 2008, to mark the 150th anniversary of the death of Venerable Mary Aikenhead, foundress of the Religious Sisters of Charity, Wynne oversaw the opening of the Haven Adult Education Centre in Basin Lane, Dublin. The not-for-profit centre’s purpose is to create educational opportunities for adults who, for one reason or another, were unable to benefit from […]

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‘In Search of an Ending”-The Tablet, 31 July 2021,Liz Murphy, RSM.

Following his reading of two articles by Liz Murphy, RSM, in Doctrine & Life (January 2021 and February 2021), the editor of The Tablet invited Liz to write a feature for The Tablet. On 31 July 2021, The Tablet published Liz’s article ‘’In Search of an Ending.’’ Now that vocations in Ireland continue to decline, […]

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30 July 2021- World Day Against Trafficking in Persons ”Victims’ Voices Lead the way.”

APT/AMRI collaborate with colleagues from MECPATHS, The Immigrant Council of Ireland, The Migrants Rights Centre Ireland, Ruhama, Maynooth University, Akidwa, and The International Organisation for Migration (photographed above) to mark the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, 30 July.  The World Day against Trafficking in Persons was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly, in […]

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