January is a perfect opportunity to mobilize your friends, family, neighbors, classmates, clients, congregants, co-workers and everyone you know. Join us in January to raise the visibility of slavery as one of the world’s greatest human rights problems. It’s a problem we can solve, if everyone pushes together. Here are great ideas to get you started:
Posts Tagged ‘Faith in Action to End slavery’
Seventeen religious leaders from different faiths agreed they’ll take action with their congregations to confront modern slavery, following an in-depth workshop with Free the Slaves and our Congolese partner organizations in Goma earlier this month.
The training session was designed to increase knowledge about slavery among local religious figures, and facilitate an interfaith discussion on practical steps that faith leaders can take to overcome slavery in one of the world’s worst trafficking hot spots.
The workshop emphasized that Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu read more >
April is an important month for many faith communities, with Passover and Easter coming soon. So I’d like to encourage you to join us at Free the Slaves in reflecting on the important connection between faith and freedom.
If you belong to a church, synagogue, mosque or temple, you have probably been called to take a stand against the existence of slavery. For those of you who are looking to take action through the lens of your faith, I am excited read more >