Canadian Anglicans unite to step up the fight against human trafficking

Posted May 4, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] Together as a church, Canadian Anglicans are taking steps towards ending human trafficking across their nation. In April, the Anglican Church of Canada organized a regional consultation in Pickering, Ontario, at the Manresa Jesuit Centre. Individuals from across the region of Ontario listened to stories of survivors, discussed the cycle that traps victims and responded with priorities and action. The consultation involved panel discussions and presentations, with speakers including government representatives, indigenous leaders, Anglican Communion partners and professions working to end human trafficking.

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