Wednesday, February 5, 2020


Every country in the world is affected by human trafficking, whether as a country of origin, transit, or destination for victims. Human trafficking is a crime that exploits women, children, and men for numerous purposes including forced labor and sex. Here some local events that you can participate in... 

Prayer Vigil at Saint Louis, Mo
February 8th is the feast of St. Josephine Bakhita, patron saint of victims of trafficking, and also the World Day of Prayer for an End to Human Trafficking. All are welcome to join US Catholic Sisters Against Human Trafficking and the Mercy Conference and Retreat Center for a prayer vigil on February 10th at 10:00 am in the Chapel at the Mercy Center, to reflect on the reality of human trafficking in our world and pray for all those impacted.

There will be handouts available for visitors to take with them to learn more about human trafficking and how to get involved locally here in St. Louis.

When: Monday, February 10, 2020, at 10 AM – 11 AM
Where: 2039 N Geyer Rd, Frontenac, MO 63131-3332, United States

2020 WGC Girls Global Summit (San Antonio, Tx)

The Girls Global Summit always touches somehow on human trafficking issues. And one of the youth-led discussion tables is focusing on Human Trafficking this year. 

More than 300 girls expected from local middle and high schools. This event expands horizons and encourages empathy and entrepreneurship by focusing on issues facing girls and women around the globe. All are invited - whether you're a community leader, mom, teacher, or a girl getting a sense of the larger world! They welcome every age, sex, race, ethnicity, culture, immigration status, sexual orientation, and gender identity/expression. 

When: Feb 15, 2020
More Info: HERE
Free event & Lunch is included: GET TICKETS

Rahamim Network in Mexico celebrates the World Day of Prayer for an End to Human Trafficking on February 7 in the Basilica of Guadalupe. 
The appointment is 11:30 in the morning in the Atrium of The Basilica. 
We invite you to pray together.

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