Stop Human Trafficking Workshop
Based out of the SSND Notre Dame Convent in Waterdown, Ontario, the Stop Human Trafficking Committee members include sisters from the School Sisters of Notre Dame and lay men and women. For more than 10 years, the committee members have been conducting awareness presentations on human trafficking for various groups, including social workers, high school students, university students, parish groups, women’s and men’s groups.
Their workshops focus on defining human trafficking, where it occurs, the root causes, and how to identify a victim. Sessions begin with a prayer or reflection.
Pornography continues to be a growing crisis in our society and the link to human trafficking has been documented. The Waterdown stop Human Trafficking committee is hosting their annual conference on Saturday, April 29, from 9 - 1 p.m. Their speakers, Michelle Brock and Glendyne Gerrard, will offer practical ways for all to respond to this crisis. You will also have a chance to view a powerful documentary on the impact of pornography titled Over 18.
Registration Fee: $10 Adults (pay on arrival to the Conference)
To register call 289-813-0703, or email: stop human trafficking.
Download a flyer for more information.