Posts Tagged ‘ACRATH’

20, Mar

  Featuring The Cry of the Earth and the effects of climate change; Presentation people responding to The Cry of the Poor; Logham’s story and actions for asylum seekers in the community; Steps towards Indigenous reconciliation; Referendum dialogues. Download   Justice Jottings Autumn 2017        

8, Nov

November 25 is the start of the United Nations-declared 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence Campaign, finishing on December 10 – Human Rights Day. The theme this year is: ‘From peace in the home to peace in the world: make education safe for all!’   The campaign looks at the different forms of violence […]

27, Jul

Actively involved in the Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking in Humans (ACRATH), Presentation Sisters work in advocacy and with services to ensure that the rights and complex needs of people trafficked into Australia are met.  Human trafficking is a crime that exploits women, children and men for numerous purposes including forced labour and sex. Everyone […]

30, Jun

Writes Marco Ceccarelli in The Record, 29th May 2015 a Catholic publication Western Australia   The Catholic Church’s opposition to human trafficking is deeply rooted within its principles of social teaching. The Catechism of the Catholic Church clearly forbids “acts or enterprises that, for any reason, lead to the enslavement of human beings – to […]

27, Jan

Pope Francis named human trafficking as a crime against humanity. ACRATH (Australian Religious Against Human Trafficking) calls on all of us to pray, reflect and act on 8th February with others around the world. Download this reflection for the World Day of Prayer, Reflection and Action Against Human Trafficking   Human Trafficking is a crime […]

14, Nov

As part of a new justice dreaming network set up in conjunction with a number of Catholic groups in WA a reflective session on Human Trafficking and Slavery was held in October,  led by Nick Jarvis, a student on placement from Notre Dame University and Lucy van Kessel pbvm and coordinator of ACRATH in WA. […]