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Open-access, free ‘e-syllabus’ on forced labour, trafficking and slavery.

 

Open Democracy (a UK based enterprise)  have compiled publications from the past 18 months into an open-access ‘e-syllabus’ downloadable at the following address: https://www.opendemocracy.net/beyondslavery
Comprising 167 contributions from 150 eminent academics and practitioners, the 900-page, 8-volume set, is packed with insights from among the most progressive scholarship and activism currently available. The target audience is extensive, with the publications catering to practitioners and students in the global north and to readers working in organisations and institutions unable to pay for expensive academic subscriptions. 
Adapted from STOP TRAFFICKING! Newsletter, February 2018, Vol. 16, No. 02. http://www.stopenslavement.org/assets/stoptraff1602.pdf
Anne Kelleher, RENATE Communications.

In partnership with the Clewer Initiative, the Medaille Trust are holding an evening of reflection, thought-provoking presentations, music and prayer, to commemorate St. Bakhita’s feast-day, 8 February.

 


 
In partnership with the Clewer Initiative, the Medaille Trust are holding an evening of reflection, thought-provoking presentations, music and prayer, to commemorate St. Bakhita’s feast-day, 8 February. The event will take place in the beautiful Liverpool Cathedral, St. James Mount, L1 7AZ, Liverpool, commencing at 16:00.
Guest speakers include Mr. Garry Smith, newly appointed Chief Executive of the Medaille Trust, following the recently retired former Chief Executive, Mr. Mike Emberson and Reverend Christel Erving, Anti-Trafficking project coordinator for the Diocese of Liverpool.
There will be exhibition stands and literature from the Medaille Trust and the Clewer Initiative plus a craft stall of items for sale from the Mama Margaret anti-trafficking project, Kenya.
RSVP: comms@medaille-trust.org.uk    or call Richard on 0785 275 0082.
Prepared by Anne Kelleher, RENATE Communications.