APT enjoys facilitated Forward-Planning Meeting, 8 October 2018.

At their monthly meeting on 8 October last, the members of Act to Prevent Trafficking (APT) had a facilitated session to review the objectives of the group and to set priorities for the year ahead.  Awareness-raising, through various means, continues to be a central focus, as well as monitoring the implementation of the Sexual Offences […]

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Day For Life, 7 October, 2018.

This Sunday, 7 October 2018, the Church in Ireland marks the Day for Life, a day dedicated to raising awareness about the meaning and value of human life at every stage, and in every condition.  Day for Life is celebrated each year by the Catholic Church in Ireland, Scotland, and in England & Wales.  The theme for this year’s Day […]

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18 October, 2018- EU day against Human Trafficking.

Screening of film Nefarious: Merchant of Souls.

To mark the 18 October, the EU day against Human Trafficking, APT members are screening a private showing of the film Nefarious: Merchant of Souls, (2011) for its members on Monday 8 October, following the monthly meeting of APT members. This is a 90-minute American documentary film about modern slavery, specifically sexual slavery. Presented from a Christian worldview, Nefarious covers […]

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Catholic safe house, CARITAS Bakhita House, is a powerful support for trafficked women.

Nearly 90 female survivors of trafficking and modern slavery have been helped in the last three years by Caritas Bakhita House (CBH), a safe house that provides emergency and longer-term support and accommodation for “some of the most vulnerable and traumatised women in Britain”. An independent review of CBH, owned by the Diocese of Westminster and […]

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