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17 Marzo 2021

Talitha Kum anti-trafficking awareness raising activities around February 8th

Talitha Kum networks anti-trafficking awareness raising activities around February 8th 

The International Day of Prayer and Awareness against Human Trafficking (February 8th) is a significant day for all Talitha Kum Networks around the world. Around this day, all the networks organize awareness raising and training activities to strengthen our anti-trafficking commitment. 

For this reason Talitha Kum International in collaboration with the Pontifical Gregorian University organized a data collection on awareness raising activities from Jan. 1st to March 15th. The outcomes of the data analyses, including the mapping of the activities and a list of lessons learned will be shared online March 22nd at 3pm Rome Time Zone.  

Prof. Peter Lah, sj and Sr. Mayra Cuellar, mb will present the data analyses. The British Ambassador to the Holy See H.E. Ms. Sally Axworthy will participate in the event. 

The event will take place on March 22th 2021, from 3pm to 4pm CET.

To join it, please follow this link: 

Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89263734619
Meeting ID: 892 6373 4619

Languages available with simultaneous translation: english, french, spanish and italian.

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