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3 Febrero 2022

Third Training Course for Leaders

Congratulations to the selected candidates of our Third Training Course for Leaders!

On March 4th, 2022, 32 participants from 22 different countries will have the opportunity to meet and start their training. The course, running until March 2023, aims at giving them the necessary professional and relational skills and knowledge to become Talitha Kum community leaders. The training course is promoted by Talitha Kum/UISG, in partnership with the Pontifical Antonianum University (Rome) and Tangaza University College (Nairobi). Moderated by university professors, different experts, and Sisters involved in the field, this third edition will also encourage networking and inter-regional collaborations, in an effort to better tackle human trafficking.

As human trafficking remains the second largest crime industry in the world, it is urgent to unite our efforts. Coordination and training of leaders on the ground can foster the growth of a professional solidarity network ensuring that more and more victims can be identified and accompanied on the path to healing.

Talitha Kum is proud to officially welcome these 32 participants! 

 

LA RED
EN EL MUNDO

Talitha Kum, la Red Internacional de la Vida Consagrada Contra la Trata de Personas, está presente en 5 continentes, 50 redes nacionales inter congregacionales que coordinan los esfuerzos contra la trata a nivel nacional-local; 10 redes regionales que implican la coordinación conjunta de varios países a nivel regional.

* Según la información del Censo de Talitha Kum 2021

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