Ending Trafficking Begins with us. Das Ende des Menschenhandels beginnt mit uns. Terminarea traficului incepe cu noi.Dhënia fund e Trafikimit Fillon me NE.Az emberkereskedelem vége velünk kezdődik! It-tmiem tat-traffikar uman jibda minna stess.Ukončenie obchodovania začína od nás. Крајот на Трговијата започнува со нас.Terminar com o tráfico começa por nós.Fine tratta comincia da Noi. Oprirea traficului de persoane începe cu noi.Położenie kresu handlowi ludźmi zaczyna się od nas. Het einde van mensenhandel begint bij ons. Mettre fin à la Traite : à nous d’abord de nous y mettre.Konec trgovanja z nami.Припинення торгівлі людьми починається з нас.Kova prieš prekybą žmonėmis prasideda nuo mūsų. Acabar con el tráfico humano empieza con NOSOTROS.At gøre ende på menneskehandel begynder hos os.Cilēku tirdzniecības beigas sākas ar mums.KONEC OBCHODOVÁNÍ S LIDMI ZAČÍNÁ NÁMI! KRAJ TRGOVANJA POČINJE S NAMA! PRESTANAK TRGOVANJA LJUDIMA ZAPOČINJE S NAMA! Краят на трафика на хора, започва с нас
World Day against Trafficking in Persons, 30 July
The International Network of Consecrated Life of Talitha Kum has been engaged for nine
years in prevention and awareness-raising activities, protection and assistance of
trafficked persons, and prosecution of trafficking offenders.
We invite you to download the posters… READ MORE Towards the 10th Anniversary of Talitha Kum
Click here to watch the Webinar (in English only)
The PPT Presentation showed by Sr. Gabriella Bottani during the webinar
is also available here
RENATE members at the Medaille Trust have come up with a lovely way to speak to the positive that is a hugely important part of our work.
Despite the suffering and injustice that surrounds Human Trafficking, we are invited to draw upon the positive and emphasise
the power of hope, which in itself carries with it the power of possibilities.
Launched on 30 May last, each week sees a different emphasis, with ‘stories of hope’ one week, ‘gifts of hope’ another week, ‘signs of hope’
and lots of ways in which the general public can get involved and share a bit of ‘hope’.
We are inspired by the following statement, which just about synopsises their philosophy: ‘’As our summer ‘Hope’ campaign continues we reflect on what a privilege it is to be able to speak words of hope and humanity to the victims of Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery. This is what we do day in and day out, at our 9 safe houses for men and women.’’
There is a fund-raising component to the Campaign also, for those who can text a donation to MTMT18 £3 to 70070.
More information at: www.medaille-trust.org.uk/hope and also https://www.facebook.com/MedailleTrust/
Prepared by Anne Kelleher, RENATE Communications.
On the 18th of October, all over Europe we ask your attention to Human Trafficking.
We, RENATE, ask you to remember the victims of this inhumane crime.
RENATE: Religious in Europe Networking Against Trafficking and Exploitation Vision: All people are created in the image of God. We, the religious of Europe, believe in a world where everyone has a right to human dignity. Human dignity cannot be compromised. Therefore we labour to free the world from trafficking and exploitation. Goal: To respond to the issue of the trafficking of women, children and men in the light of Gospel values. Objectives:
To develop awareness-raising activities against human trafficking and the growing demand within all levels of society in Europe, using all forms of modern technology and communications.
To network, share resources, skills and knowledge.
To research and implement actions against the growing demand for such abuse in the countries of origin and destination.
Join us on European Anti Trafficking Day October 18th 2013 to raise awareness of Human Trafficking across Europe. Ways to help
Say a prayer for a victim
Learn about how large the Human Trafficking problem is by looking through the resouces area on the RENATE website
Tell your friend about the problem of Human Trafficking Get involved in anti human trafficking work