Human Trafficking

Young people join religious sisters in global fight against trafficking

The world's religious sisters have paved the way in their pioneering fight against human trafficking, said a survivor and activist.
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Bishop Mark J. Seitz of El Paso, Texas, is seen Feb. 26, 2019, at the U.S.-Mexico border wall. Bishop Seitz is currently the chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' Committee on Migration. (OSV News photo/David Agren)

Bishop Seitz: End human trafficking by tackling root causes collectively

Ending human trafficking requires collective action in addressing the conditions that cause it, said a U.S. bishop.
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Hope in the Fight against Human Trafficking 

Millions of people worldwide are trafficked. Members of the Alliance to End Human Trafficking, an organization founded by Catholic sisters, discuss their ongoing work and advocacy for survivors. 
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Five steps you can take to fight human trafficking and free victims

Human trafficking victims often hide in plain sight, but informed bystanders can help rescue them, say victim advocates.
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Sister Patricia Ebegbulem, a Sister of St. Louis from Nigeria, receives the Human Dignity Award from Sister Jane Wakahiu, a Little Sister of St. Francis of Assisi, at a London ceremony Oct. 31, 2023. Sister Wakahiu is associate vice president of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, a sponsor of the inaugural Sisters Anti-Trafficking Awards along with the Arise foundation and the International Union of Superiors General. (OSV News photo/courtesy Arise foundation)

Religious Sisters Who Fight Human Trafficking Honored for Their Work

In late October in London, the spotlight was on the exceptional contribution of Catholic religious sisters to the anti-trafficking movement at the inaugural Sisters Anti-Trafficking Awards, or SATAs.
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