INTERNATIONAL WEBINARS ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING 

IN THE LIGHT OF THE “LAUDATO SI” 

AND OF “FRATELLI TUTTI” ENCYCLICALS

Networking of international experts in the fight against human trafficking to promote common understanding and research of this scourge
Anthropological research to rebuild the “Common House” and give hope

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16 MAY 2024 — THE ESSENTIAL ACTION OF WOMEN RELIGIOUS CONGREGATIONS IN CARING FOR VICTIMS AND SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND THE URGENT NEED TO SUPPORT THEM

The Sisters will present their work with victims of trafficking (women, men, and children), the importance of faith in giving them the strength to act, and the fact that they are often the only ones to protect and help victims when the needs are overwhelming and the appropriate resources (human and material) are lacking

12 JUNE 2024 — TESTIMONY OF THE WINNERS OF THE SISTERS ANTI-TRAFFICKING AWARDS 2024: RELIGIOUS SISTERS’ BEST PRACTICES AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING

In the 20th century, many Catholic religious orders established programs to combat human trafficking. Guided by a belief in universal human dignity, sisters refuse to abandon anyone in need of help. Arise, UISG and the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation co-host the annual Sisters’ Anti-Trafficking Awards. The selected laureates will be welcomed at the award ceremony happening in Rome on 23 May 2024

20 JUNE 2024 — SIDE EVENT AT UNITED NATIONS GENEVA — MOBILIZING AGAINST TRAFFICKING, EXPLOITATION, AND MODERN SLAVERY IN SPORT

Sport is a massive business in which hundreds of billions of dollars circulate through global economies annually. It also attracts unscrupulous criminals and human traffickers willing to take advantage of this multi-billion-dollar industry to exploit children and adults in, through, and around sport

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CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF OUR ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

20 OCTOBER 2020 — THE ROLE OF RELIGIOUS ORDERS IN FIGHTING HUMAN TRAFFICKING — Video

 

27 OCTOBER 2020 — RELIGIOUS WORKING IN INTERNATIONAL ADVOCACY AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING — Video

 

01 DECEMBER 2020 — HEALTH IMPACT OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING: TRAUMA

 

08 DECEMBER 2020 — HEALTH IMPACT OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING: HEALING

 

16 FEBRUARY 2021 — WHERE ARE WE NOW? — INTERNATIONAL PROSECUTION OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING

 

23 FEBRUARY 2021 — WHAT CAN BE DONE? — INTERNATIONAL PROSECUTION OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING

 

2 MARCH 2021 — BEST PRACTICES? — INTERNATIONAL PROSECUTION OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING

 

13 APRIL 2021 — DEMAND AS ROOT CAUSE FOR HUMAN TRAFFICKING — SEX TRAFFICKING & PROSTITUTION

 

20 APRIL 2021 — DEMAND AS ROOT CAUSE FOR HUMAN TRAFFICKING — FORCED LABOR — THE IMPORTANCE OF SUPPLY CHAIN CONTROL AND THE ROLE OF CONSUMER

 

5 MAY 2021 — ROOT CAUSES FOR HUMAN TRAFFICKING — THE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY

 

11 MAI 2021 — ASPECTS JURIDIQUES DE LA TRAITE DES ÊTRES HUMAINS

 

18 MAI 2021 — ASSISTANCE HUMANITAIRE ET SOCIALE DES VICTIMES DE LA TRAITE DES ÊTRES HUMAINS

 

22 JUNE 2021 — MODERN SLAVERY AND DECENT WORK

 

12 OCTOBER 2021 — LEGAL APPROACHES TO REDUCING THE DEMAND BEHIND HUMAN TRAFFICKING 

 

16 NOVEMBER 2021 — MIGRATION AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING 

 

8 DECEMBER 2021 — RELIGION AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING 

 

8 FEBRUARY 2022 — SEXUAL SLAVERY — TESTIMONY AND DEFENDING VICTIMS — MIDDLE EASTERN AND NIGERIAN WOMEN ENSLAVED

 

8 MARCH 2022 — WOMEN AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING

 

14 JUNE 2022 — DEMAND FOR HT: WE ARE ALL RESPONSIBLE FOR HUMAN TRAFFICKING AS CONSUMERS OF FORCED LABOR AND SEXUAL SLAVERY. HOW CAN WE END THIS CYCLE ?

 

28 JUNE 2022 — JUSTICE & HT: THE GAP BETWEEN THE LAW AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION IN PRACTICE

 

20 SEPTEMBER 2022 — COUNTERING THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY TO RECRUIT AND CONTROL VICTIMS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING, ESPECIALLY RELATED TO THE SEX TRAFFICKING OF CHILDREN AND WOMEN

 

 

6 OCTOBER 2022 — HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND LAUDATO SI’:
TOWARDS A NEW PARADIGM TO ENSURE THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN DIGNITY,
TO PREVENT AND ERADICATE HUMAN TRAFFICKING

 

 

7 NOVEMBER 2022 — HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND MIGRATION: CURRENT ASSESSMENT OF THE PERILOUS JOURNEY IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA

 

29 NOVEMBER 2022 — FORCED LABOR AND TRANSPARENCY OF SUPPLY CHAINS: TOWARDS PRESCRIPTIVE OR LEGAL MANDATORY APPROACHES?

 

6 DECEMBER 2022 — FAITH AND FIGHT AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING: TESTIMONIES OF SISTERS WORKING FOR THE REHABILITATION OF VICTIMS

 

7 MARCH 2023 — ANTHROPOLOGY — FABRICE HADJADJ — VIRTUAL AND REAL WORLDS: HOW TO INHABIT THE DEVASTATED EARTH?

 

14 MARCH 2023 — FROM MOTIVATION TO VOCATION: BRIAN ISELIN’S JOURNEY AGAINST SLAVERY

 

27 MARCH 2023 — SIDE EVENT AT UNITED NATIONS GENEVA — HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN ARMED CONFLICTS AND POST-CONFLICT SITUATIONS

 

25 APRIL 2023 — THE NEEDS AND STORIES OF MALE SURVIVORS OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE, EXPLOITATION AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING

 

 

27 JUNE 2023 — MALE SURVIVORS OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE: PRESENTATION OF ENA LUCIA MARIACA PACHECO’S RESEARCH

 

 

4 JULY 2023 — SIDE EVENT AT UNITED NATIONS GENEVA — NON-PUNISHMENT OF VICTIMS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING:
ENHANCING PROTECTION OF VICTIMS

 

12 SEPTEMBER 2023 — BEST PRACTICES IN HUMAN TRAFFICKING PREVENTION, HEALING, COLLABORATION, AND PROGRAMMES FOR MEN & BOYS

 

20 SEPTEMBER 2023 — SIDE EVENT AT UNITED NATIONS GENEVA — RAISING AWARENESS ON CONTEMPORARY SLAVERY

 

 

12 OCTOBER 2023 — LES SOINS DES TROUBLES DU STRESS POST-TRAUMATIQUE POUR LES VICTIMES DE LA TRAITE DES ÊTRES HUMAINS — PTSD CARE FOR HT VICTIMS

 

30 NOVEMBER 2023 — HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND HUMAN RIGHTS

 

5 DECEMBER 2023 — CHALLENGES AND BEST PRACTICES IN HUMAN TRAFFICKING POLICY, LEGISLATION, INVESTIGATION, AND VICTIM SUPPORT SERVICES FOR MALE VICTIMS

 

11 DECEMBER 2023 — SIDE EVENT AT UNITED NATIONS GENEVA — REFUGEE PROTECTION AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING: AN IMPORTANT ISSUE FOR THE GLOBAL REFUGEE FORUM 2023

 

11 JANUARY 2024 — SIDE EVENT AT UN NEW YORK HEADQUARTERS — HUMAN TRAFFICKING PREVENTATIVE STRATEGIES AND CARE OF VICTIMS

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THURSDAY 20 JUNE 2024 — ROOM 24 — UN GVA

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Speakers

Watch  good practices leaders for victims of human trafficking

The Ad Laudato Si Forum  brings together international ethical’s top academics, politicians, business, youth, and civil society leaders to engage in addressing the most pressing issues linked to the future of our common world.

 

Pro­fes­sor Michel Veuthey

Ambas­sador of the Sov­er­eign Order of Mal­ta to mon­i­tor and com­bat human traf­fick­ing. Pres­i­dent of the Foun­da­tion Col­lège Uni­ver­si­taire Hen­ry Dunant (CUHD). Doc­tor of Laws of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Gene­va, Pro­fes­sor of Inter­na­tion­al Law at Web­ster Uni­ver­si­ty Gene­va. From 2010 to 2019, Vice-Pres­i­dent of the Inter­na­tion­al Insti­tute of Human­i­tar­i­an Law, San­re­mo. He worked in the Inter­na­tion­al Com­mit­tee of the Red Cross (ICRC) from 1967 to 2000, as head of the Divi­sion of Inter­na­tion­al Orga­ni­za­tions, Del­e­gate Gen­er­al for Europe and North Amer­i­ca, Region­al Del­e­gate for South­ern Africa and the Indi­an Ocean and as Assis­tant to the President. 

Sr. Mir­jam Beike

Sis­ter of Our Lady of Char­i­ty of the Good Shep­herd, mem­ber from 2022 of the con­gre­ga­tion­al Chap­ter of the Order in Rome as Apos­tolic Coun­cilor for Ger­many & Alba­nia. Rep­re­sen­ta­tive at the UN in Gene­va for the Sis­ters of Our Lady of Char­i­ty of the Good Shep­herd. She worked 30 years with sur­vivors of traf­fick­ing in Ger­many and Alba­nia. She is a workig board mem­ber of RENATE and of the Alliance of NGOs on Crime Pre­ven­tion and Crim­i­nal Justice.

Sis­ter Fran­coise Jiranonda


Sis­ter of St. Paul of Chartres. Lau­re­ate of the Sis­ters Anti-Traf­fick­ing Awards 2023. Sis­ter Fran­coise has opened two schools that pro­tect young Thai women vul­ner­a­ble to the sex trade. Sis­ter Fran­coise’s activ­i­ties aim to teach young women free voca­tion­al skills after high school and raise pub­lic aware­ness
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Sis­ter Olivia Umoh 

Catholic Sis­ter of the Daugh­ters of Char­i­ty of St. Vin­cent de Paul. She is the Direc­tor of Safe-Child Advo­ca­cy (SCA), a social ser­vice insti­tu­tion owned by the Catholic Arch­dio­cese of Kumasi which pro­vides mul­ti­fac­eted ser­vices to sup­port, rein­te­grate, and pro­mote acces­si­bil­i­ty for chil­dren in street sit­u­a­tions. She has over 36 years of expe­ri­ence in the Social Work practice.

Sr. Patri­cia Ebegbulem

Sis­ter of Saint Louis. Respon­si­ble of a Shel­ter for Returned Vic­tims of Traf­fick­ing, the Bakhi­ta House in Lagos (Nige­ria). Pope Bene­dict XVI hon­oured Patri­cia Ebeg­bulem SSL in 2012 with the high­est Papal hon­our for Con­se­crat­ed per­sons, the Pro Eccle­sia et Pon­tif­ice medal.

Organisers

The Foun­da­tion Hen­ry Dunant Uni­ver­si­ty Col­lege (CUHD), based in Gene­va (Switzer­land), in the hearts of the inter­na­tion­al com­mu­ni­ty, orga­nizes the plat­form “adlaudatosi” to pro­mote its webi­na­rs on the themes of inte­gral ecol­o­gy and the fight against human traf­fick­ing as well as  to con­tribute to the pro­mo­tion of a true cul­ture of human rights and human dig­ni­ty. A new hope is need­ed to give new impe­tus to our soci­eties in cri­sis: a cul­ture that pro­motes the dig­ni­ty and inte­gral devel­op­ment of the per­son must be taught to build a just world and a future for every human being. The theme of inte­gral ecol­o­gy is cen­tral to our think­ing. Pro­fes­sor Michel Veuthey, Ambas­sador of the Order of Mal­ta to mon­i­tor and com­bat traf­fick­ing In per­sons, is CUHD’s Pres­i­dent and the ini­tia­tor of the adlaudatosi project. The Hen­ry Dunant Uni­ver­si­ty Col­lege Foun­da­tion is rec­og­nized as a pub­lic util­i­ty and is con­trolled by the Swiss Fed­er­al Super­vi­so­ry Author­i­ty for Foun­da­tions; its donors ben­e­fit from tax deductions.

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INTERNATIONAL WEBINARS

ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING 


IN THE LIGHT OF “LAUDATO SI” 


AND OF THE “FRATELLI TUTTI” ENCYCLICALS

16

Thursday

16.05.2024

 

DONATE TO HELP:

Sis­ter Mir­jam Beike:

The account in Dollars:

Bank: Inte­sa San­pao­lo Bank
Account Name : Te Ndryshem & Te Barabarte
IBAN: AL 57 20 811 00 800 00 00 10 33 83 18 02 USD
Account num­ber: 1033831802
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Bank: Inte­sa San­pao­lo Bank
Account Name : Te Ndryshem & Te Barabarte
IBAN: AL30 20 811 00 800 00 00 10 33 83 18 03 EUR
Account num­ber: 1033831803
Swift Code : USALALTR

Sis­ter Fran­coise Jiranonda:

 

Sis­ter Olivia Umoh:

Bank Name: Zenith Bank
Bank Agency/Branch Address: 176 Bogyawe Road, Adum — Kumasi

Account Name: Catholic Arch­dio­cese of Kumasi, Safe- Child Advo­ca­cy
Bank Account Num­ber: 604 100 4065
SWIFT Code: ZEBLGHAC

 

Sis­ter Patri­cia Ebegbulem:

Sis­ters of St. Louis (Bakhi­ta Project)
Account num­ber: 5080524198

Bank Zenith Bank

 Cor­re­spond­ing Bank in Lon­don
Bank: CITIBANK N.A LONDON
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IBAN: GB87CITI18500808663076

18:00 -

 

19:30

(CEST)

 

THE ESSENTIAL ACTION OF WOMEN RELIGIOUS CONGREGATIONS IN CARING FOR VICTIMS AND SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND THE URGENT NEED TO SUPPORT THEM

The Sis­ters will present their work with vic­tims of traf­fick­ing (women, men, and chil­dren), the impor­tance of faith in giv­ing them the strength to act, and the fact that they are often the only ones to pro­tect and help vic­tims when the needs are over­whelm­ing and the appro­pri­ate resources (human and mate­r­i­al) are lacking

OPENING REMARKS:
H.E. Prof. Michel Veuthey
, Ambas­sador to Mon­i­tor and Com­bat Traf­fick­ing in Per­sons, Sov­er­eign Order of Mal­ta, Gene­va, Switzerland

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Speak­ers:

Sis­ter Mir­jam Beike, Sis­ter of Our Lady of Char­i­ty of the Good Shep­herd, mem­ber from 2022 of the con­gre­ga­tion­al Chap­ter of the Order in Rome as Apos­tolic Coun­cilor for Ger­many & Alba­nia. Rep­re­sen­ta­tive at the UN in Gene­va for the Sis­ters of Our Lady of Char­i­ty of the Good Shep­herd. She worked 30 years with sur­vivors of traf­fick­ing in Ger­many and Alba­nia. She is a workig board mem­ber of RENATE and of the Alliance of NGOs on Crime Pre­ven­tion and Crim­i­nal Justice

Sis­ter Fran­coise Jira­non­da, Sis­ter of St. Paul of Chartres, Lau­re­ate of the Sis­ters Anti-Traf­fick­ing Awards 2023. Sis­ter Fran­coise has opened two schools that pro­tect young Thai women vul­ner­a­ble to the sex trade. Sis­ter Fran­coise’s activ­i­ties aim to teach young women free voca­tion­al skills after high school and raise pub­lic awareness

Sis­ter Olivia Umoh, Catholic Sis­ter of the Daugh­ters of Char­i­ty of St. Vin­cent de Paul. She is the Direc­tor of Safe-Child Advo­ca­cy (SCA), a social ser­vice insti­tu­tion owned by the Catholic Arch­dio­cese of Kumasi which pro­vides mul­ti­fac­eted ser­vices to sup­port, rein­te­grate, and pro­mote acces­si­bil­i­ty for chil­dren in street sit­u­a­tions. She has over 36 years of expe­ri­ence in the Social Work practice

Sis­ter Patri­cia Ebeg­bulem, Sis­ter of Saint Louis, Win­ner of “Sis­ters Anti-Traf­fick­ing Awards 2023” in Lon­don. Respon­si­ble of a Shel­ter for Returned Vic­tims of Traf­fick­ing, the Bakhi­ta House in Lagos (Nige­ria). Pope Bene­dict XVI hon­oured Patri­cia Ebeg­bulem SSL in 2012 with the high­est Papal hon­our for Con­se­crat­ed per­sons, the Pro Eccle­sia et Pon­tif­ice medal

12

Wednesday

12.06.2024

TBC

 

18:00 -

 

19:30

(CSTC)

 

TESTIMONY OF THE 2024 WINNERS OF THE SISTERS ANTI-TRAFFICKING AWARDS: RELIGIOUS SISTERS’ BEST PRACTICES

In the 20th cen­tu­ry, many Catholic reli­gious orders estab­lished pro­grams to com­bat human traf­fick­ing. Guid­ed by a belief in uni­ver­sal human dig­ni­ty, sis­ters refuse to aban­don any­one in need of help. Arise, UISG and the Con­rad N. Hilton Foun­da­tion co-host the annu­al Sis­ters’ Anti-Traf­fick­ing Awards. The select­ed lau­re­ates will be wel­comed at the award cer­e­mo­ny hap­pen­ing in Rome on 23 May 2024

The con­fer­ence was orga­nized by the Per­ma­nent Observ­er Mis­sion of the Sov­er­eign Order of Mal­ta to the Unit­ed Nations in New York in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Glob­al Strate­gic Oper­a­tives, and co-spon­sored by the Per­ma­nent Mis­sions of France, Mex­i­co, Liecht­en­stein, Mex­i­co, Nige­ria, the Philip­pines as well as FAST Ini­tia­tive (Finance Against Slav­ery and Trafficking)

OPENING REMARKS:
H.E. Ambas­sador Michel Veuthey,
Ambas­sador of the Sov­er­eign Order of Mal­ta to Mon­i­tor and Com­bat Traf­fick­ing in Persons

Speak­ers:

John Studzin­s­ki CBE, An Amer­i­can-born British invest­ment banker and phil­an­thropist and the Vice Chair­man of PIMCO. His phil­an­thropy extends to mod­ern slav­ery, human rights, home­less­ness and the arts, through his UK char­i­ty, the Gen­e­sis Foun­da­tion. A leader in the phil­an­thropy world for over 35 years, John co-found­ed Arise in 2015. His admi­ra­tion for and devo­tion to those at the front­line of the human traf­fick­ing cri­sis con­tin­ue to shape and inspire Arise’s pre­ven­tion work. John is Arise’s Found­ing President

Sis­ters, Win­ners of the Anti-Traf­fick­ing Awards 2024, to be nom­i­nat­ed in Rome on 23 May 2024

20

20.06.2023

ROOM 24

UN GENEVA

 

14:00 -

 

15:00

(CEST)

 

SIDE EVENT AT UNITED NATIONS GENEVA — MOBILIZING AGAINST TRAFFICKING, EXPLOITATION, AND MODERN SLAVERY IN SPORT

Sport is a mas­sive busi­ness in which hun­dreds of bil­lions of dol­lars cir­cu­late through glob­al economies annu­al­ly. It also attracts unscrupu­lous crim­i­nals and human traf­fick­ers will­ing to take advan­tage of this mul­ti-bil­lion-dol­lar indus­try to exploit chil­dren and adults in, through, and around sport

 

 

OPENING REMARKS:
H.E. Ambas­sador Michel Veuthey,
Ambas­sador of the Sov­er­eign Order of Mal­ta to Mon­i­tor and Com­bat Traf­fick­ing in Persons

Speak­ers:

Prof. Parosha CHANDRAN (TBC), Mod­er­a­tor, Pro­fes­sor of Prac­tice in Mod­ern Slav­ery Law in The Dick­son Poon School of Law, King’s Col­lege London

Prof. Kata­ri­na SCHWARZ (TBC), Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of Anti­slav­ery Law and Pol­i­cy, Uni­ver­si­ty of Nottingham

John-Michael LANDER (TBC), Sur­vivor of child sex­u­al abuse, cer­ti­fied Train­er and Life Coach for the Self-Talk Insti­tute, voice for the voice­less he is the founder of “An Athlete’s Silence”. As an ath­lete, he silent­ly endured sex­u­al abuse and traf­fick­ing from the adults entrust­ed with his train­ing while win­ning gold medals at the Nor­way and Dan­ish Cups. He broke his silence with the TedTalk, “An Athlete’s Silence”

Geneviève COLAS (TBC), Sec­ours Catholique France – Car­i­tas France, COATNET

Kevin HYLAND (TBC), Glob­al Strat­e­gy Direc­tor, San­ta Mar­ta Group – Pre­sent­ing his polit­i­cal appeal to increase means to fight against human trafficking

Leri­na BRIGHT, Exec­u­tive Direc­tor and Founder of MISSION 89

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