Archbishop Auza talks of the importance of partnership at UN conference

Archbishop Auza, Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations, has given an address at “The Santa Marta Group: Police and Religious Leaders Partnering to Eradicate Modern Slavery By Building Trust in Leadership, Action and Accountability” at the United Nations.

Building trust to fight human trafficking: Santa Marta Group in New York

The Cardinal was addressing diplomats, law enforcement officials and charities involved in the support of survivors of human trafficking.

UN Security Council Debate on Trafficking in persons in conflict situations: forced labour, slavery and other similar practices

Remarks of the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner, Kevin Hyland OBE As the United Kingdom’s first appointed Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner, my role is to spearhead the UK’s efforts to tackle modern slavery, both domestically and internationally. We are here today… Read More