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New Pontifical anti-trafficking website features Anglican resources

Posted on: April 14, 2015 3:39 PM
Archbishop Welby signs the declaration to end modern slavery by 2020, December 2014.
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[Vatican Radio] The Pontifical Science Academies have launched a new website aimed at combating the worldwide scourge of human trafficking.

The website builds on the success achieved over the past year by the ecumenical Global Freedom Network, including a joint declaration against modern slavery signed by Pope Francis and leaders of different faith communities in countries around the world.

The new site includes Catholic and Anglican resources, as well as links to international anti-trafficking legislation and details of upcoming events organised by the Pontifical Academies for Sciences and Social Sciences.