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The Sisters of Charity-Halifax Global Concerns Resource Team recommends… Great Tide Rising: Toward Clarity and Moral Courage in a Time of Planetary Change, by Kathleen Dean Moore Our Global Concerns Resource Team suggests this book as a way to engage in conversation about climate change so that those who work to make our common home a […]
The Stop Trafficking newsletter, hosted by the STOP ENSLAVEMENT web domain, serves as a forum for exchange among religious congregations and their collaborating organizations:
- to promote awareness re. human trafficking
- to exchange best practices in advocacy for and empowerment of survivors of human trafficking;
- to recommend actions to counter human trafficking.
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NGO Newsletter — March 2016
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by S. Margaret Coppenrath As we move into 2016, we carry with us varying degrees of hopefulness and perhaps a growing sense of alarm. We saw 2015 end amidst an increase of mind-boggling violence and the overwhelming and tragic plight of refugees around our planet. As we move into this New Year of possibilities, the […]