The JLI Anti-Trafficking and Modern Slavery Hub is beginning a Hub scoping study on the roles of local faith communities in Anti-Trafficking and Modern Slavery.
Currently the Hub is gathering literature from academic repositories and is interested in any examples that illustrate dynamics around religion and anti-trafficking.
Key questions guiding the call are:
- What evidence exists of local faith communities working with victims and survivors of AHT/MS?
- How do the theological reflections of local faith communities on issues of trafficking and slavery influence their approaches?
- What lessons can be drawn from the ways that local faith communities approach initiatives that relate to AHT/MS?
JLI asks for the submission of relevant materials and references, case studies as well as for participation in an interview.
For more information, please follow this link.