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International Webinars on Human Trafficking, in light of ‘Laudato ‘Si’ and ‘Fratelli Tutti’ encyclicals

 

A series of four webinars considering perspectives on Human Trafficking in the light of the encyclicals Laudato ‘Si and Fratelli Tutti, have been taking place over a number of dates in October and November, 2020, with the next webinar to be screened 8 December. 

The webinars are a collaborative process, organised by the Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd (OLCGS), in collaboration with Collège Universitaire Henry Dunant, the Sovereign Order of Malta to monitor, combat human trafficking and Christus Liberat. 

The webinars cover aspects of the overall theme, with a specific focus selected for each individual webinar and are informed by speakers from a cross-section of international, experienced practitioners. 

To view the webinars already recorded, please find the dates and links below.

20 October 2020: ‘’Religious Helping Trafficking Victims along the Road to Recovery.’’

https://www.bigmarker.com/cuhd-coll-ge-universitaire/HT-Religous-Orders?bmid=3955f2dbdbed 

27 October 2020:  ‘’Religious Working in International Advocacy against Human Trafficking.’’

https://www.bigmarker.com/cuhd-coll-ge-universitaire/RELIGIOUS-WORKING-IN-INTERNATIONAL-ADVOCACY-AGAINST-HUMAN-TRAFFICKING?bmid=3955f2dbdbeEu

1 December 2020: ‘’The impact of Human Trafficking on Health:- Trauma.’’   https://www.bigmarker.com/cuhd-coll-ge-universitaire/Impact-Of-Human-Trafficking-On-Health-Trauma?bmid=c3d6b214643f

8 December will see the fourth in the series of webinars, focusing on the theme ‘’ The impact of Human Trafficking on Health:- Healing.’’ 

To register:   https://adlaudatosi.org/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=reminder_tuesday_december_8_human_trafficking_webinars_on_trauma_and_healing&utm_term=2020-12-02 

 

** Subtitled translations (Chinese, Dutch, French, Japanese, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Russian) of the webinars are available at:  https://adlaudatosi.org