The elimination of all forms of violence against women and children, including trafficking, is one of IAWN's priority concerns. Below are some resources to help us raise awareness and take action.
Freedom Sunday 2017: This resource has grown out of an ongoing shared journey by faith communities in the UK working to end human trafficking and modern slavery. The theme for 2017 is ‘See It, Speak Out’
Freedom Sunday Resources for Prayer and Action 2015: This pack produced by several Churches and Christian agencies contains prayers, sermon outlines and Bible studies for use in church services, as well as an action pack for congregations and individuals
The Global Freedom Network engages and unites faith leaders around the world to take spiritual and practical action to eradicate modern slavery, working in collaboration with the private, public and civil sectors.
The Episcopal Church has two on-line hubs of diocesan and other resources to assist churches in responding to human trafficking, see here and here, and a Facebook page Episcopalians Against Human Trafficking.
Stop Human Trafficking: Presentations and resources from the IAWN-Canada conference on ending and preventing human trafficking held in British Columbia, Canada, November 2014.
Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery (2014), by Mission Theology Advisory Group UK. It includes description of various forms of human trafficking and ways how Christians should respond to this issue.
To be Silent is to be Unfaithful (2013) by the Church of Scotland. It includes case studies, a contextual Bible study, and liturgical resources.
Stop the Traffik: People shouldn’t be bought and sold is a global movement of individuals, communities and organisations fighting to prevent human trafficking around the world.
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) section on Human Trafficking offers a wealth of information and resources.
United Nations Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking (UN GIFT) promotes the global fight on human trafficking on the basis of international agreements reached at the UN. Victims of human trafficking can be found in a variety of situations. UN GIFT has listed a number of indictors to assist in identifying such victims: English, French, Spanish.
Tackling newer emerging vulnerabilities leading to trafficking in children and women in Bihar (2008). The report of a multiple stakeholder Consultation organised by the Diocese of Patna, Church of North India includes a ‘Plan of Action for Combating Trafficking of Women and Children in Bihar’.
The UN ‘Trafficking in Persons Protocol’ (2000) to prevent, suppress and punish trafficking in persons, especially women and children is supplementing the United Nations convention against transnational organised crime.