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Networking meeting of faith-based groups working to counter human trafficking.

APT members were delighted to join Dr. Gary Carville, Executive Secretary, Commission for Social Issues & International Affairs at the Irish Episcopal Conference in Maynooth, on 31 January 2024 together...

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Launch of Walking in Dignity App- 30 January 2024, Rome, Italy, spotlighting the energy requires to carry out social transformation for a world without human trafficking.

On January 30th, 2024, in the presence of about 300 people, including ambassadors, people from institutions, religious and young people, Talitha Kum International launched the “Walking in Dignity” application. DOWNLOAD THE...

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Enhancing understanding of the commercial sex trade, its impact on women and girls who are sexually exploited, on communities and on society at large.

Ruth Breslin, was the guest speaker at APT’s first meeting of 2024, held on 8 January last. Ruth has more than 20 years of experience in research in both NGOS...

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World day of Peace, 1 January 2024.

In an insightful and challenging effort to stay morally ahead of the AI curve, Pope Francis has written ‘Artificial Intelligence and Peace’ as his January 1, 2024, World Day of...

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STOP Trafficking Newsletter- January 2024.

Thanks to our colleagues at the Alliance to End Human Trafficking, (founded and supported by U.S. Catholic Sisters to serve as a forum for exchange among religious congregations and their...

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Who Pays for Christmas? Recording of webinar- 6 December 2023.

On December 6th last, AEFJN Ireland (Africa Europe Faith & Justice Network Ireland) held its most recent webinar “Who Pays for Christmas?” and we promised at the time to come back to you with the recording and the resources used at this event. We have also added in other resources that have been sent in to us. We ask that you might share this event widely with all as this could indeed be your Christmas gift to others. You can access this recording https://amri.us14.list-manage.com/track/click?u=5fd2695fd5e9a6fb272107be6&id=56c421440b&e=e6f405e62e Many thanks for all your support in our event. AEFJN- Ireland

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Digital Advent Calendar- Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference.

Now in its tenth year, the website of the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference hosts its interactive digital Advent Calendar to mark the beginning of the Church’s new year, the First...

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Who Pays for Christmas?

All welcome to attend the webinar ”Who Pays for Christmas?” via Zoom on Wednesday, 6 December @ 18:45 (IST)/19:45 (CET), organised by Africa Europe Faith and Justice Network Ireland, This...

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16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence.

The 16 Days of Activism begins on November 25 and concludes on December 10, Human Rights Day. Every year, the UNJiTE campaign focuses on a specific theme. This year, the...

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Launch of the Irish Government’s 3rd National Action Plan to Prevent & Combat Human Trafficking.

Government Press Release on the launch of  the Irish Government’s 3rd National Action Plan to prevent & combat Human Trafficking. ”Minister for Justice Helen McEntee TD has today launched the...

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