Thailand: Buddhist nuns and Talitha Kum sisters work together to combat human trafficking

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.

Sisters raise awareness of human trafficking to over 7000 people

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.

Santa Marta Group Conference Summary

In February 2018 law enforcement officers, Bishops, religious sisters and international organisations from across the world gathered in the Vatican for the fifth Santa Marta Group conference. The conference focused on the regional realities of human trafficking and… Read More