This briefing provides concrete examples of leading practice by companies in the six key areas that are crucial to fighting modern slavery: supply chain transparency, human rights due diligence, supplier engagement, worker engagement, responsible recruitment and access to remedy.
Trafficking for labour exploitation is on the rise across Europe, in several countries, it has overtaken sexual exploitation as the main form of human trafficking.
The report highlights that over 5,000 potential victims were referred to the UK authorities in 2017, a 35% increase on 2016.
Bishop Patrick Lynch has expressed his deep disappointment at the UK Government’s decision to cut the weekly subsistence payments for survivors of modern slavery by more than 40%
Pope Francis has met with Santa Marta Group members at the conclusion of their conference.
Last week we joined The Clewer Initiative to learn about their new resource Hidden Voices which aims to answer this question. The resource was created by Mosaic Creative to inspire and equip churches to respond to modern slavery… Read More
In March 2018, Talitha Kum Thailand organised a training course for their members to empower them for there work in the next year on anti-human trafficking in Thailand.
The training was run by Buddhist nuns from the monastery Sathine Dhammasathan.
During the last two months the Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus have embarked on an awareness raising campaign about human trafficking in parishes, outstations and schools in the Archdiocese of Benin City and the Dioceses of Uromi and Auchi.