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12 April 2017

The contribution of Missionary Sisters to addressing human trafficking as a form of modern-day slavery

The Cushwa Center fot the Study of American Catholicism at the Notre Dame University presented "Too small a world:  Catholic Sisters as Global Missionaries" an International Symposium hold at April 6 to 8, 2017 at the University of Notre Dame (Indiana - USA). 

Sr. Gabriella Bottani, was invited to speek in conclusion of the event about "The contribution of Missionary Sisters to addressing human trafficking as a form of modern-day slavery".

Link a google drive per il testo della presentazione:

 

 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B78Ra-gq5pXSUnh6aG9FSzlEMEU

Link a google drive per le Slides della presentazione:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B78Ra-gq5pXSWlh6eDB1LTdhNE0

THE NETWORK
IN THE WORLD

Talitha Kum, the International Network of Consecrated Life Against Trafficking in Persons, is present in 89 countries on five continents. According to the information of the 2021 Census, Talitha Kum is made up of:

50 inter-congregational networks that coordinate the efforts against trafficking at the national-local level;

10 networks that promote joint coordination of different countries at the regional level. These include so-called "contact countries" formed by Network reference groups working in the region. In other cases they are in the process of forming the national network;

2 continental coordination that bring together the national and regional coordinations present within a continent; an

the international coordination based in Rome at the International Union of Superiors.

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