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A global problem like trafficking needs a global solution.  The UN World Day against Trafficking in Persons aims to raise awareness, encourage vigilance and gain support for prevention of human trafficking.  Thousands of men, women and children end up in the hands of traffickers every year, often through being tricked and misled to believe that they are being taken to work that will make their family better off.  They lose their rights and identity and are used and exploited in numerous ways. 

The United Nations has produced a protocol to punish human trafficking which it aims to implement globally, as well as an act to protect victims of trafficking.


In Malaysia, Global Shepherds Berhad

The theme for this year’s World Day Against Trafficking focuses on the first responders to human trafficking.  Through a series of videos, Global Shepherds spotlights first responders – recognizing the importance of their work that they do, their challenges, and especially what motivates them and keeps them going. 

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Submitted by Ms Michele Rozells, Communications/ Monitoring & Evaluation Officer, GSB


In Singapore

Ms Nora Pang, Social Service Assistant, Ahuva Good Shepherd: Small Group Care (SGC) conducted a workshop to bring awareness to the residential children of the dangers of human trafficking and the plight of human trafficking victims. The workshop also helped the residents to identify real-life circumstances which they may experience that may put them at risk. The children were shown a cartoon video on ‘creative’ ways human traffickers may try to entice young children to be kidnapped.

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Click here for more about the workshop - Ahuva Good Shepherd:  Small Group Care Workshop

Submitted by Ms Nora Pang, Social Service Assistant, Ahuva Good Shepherd SGC


Ms Brenda Lee of Good Shepherd Centre, Singapore took the opportunity to raise awareness of residents about the issue of Human Trafficking, by facilitating the Blue Heart campaign on 27 July 2020.  

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In Taiwan

Partners in Mission raise awareness of UN Day Against Trafficking in Persons in staff gatherings, the Shelter for people at risk of being trafficked, and in the Parish Church.

Click here for photos - 2020 UN Day Against Trafficking in Persons, in Taiwan


More information

World Day Against Trafficking in Persons 30 July


Prayer/Reflection resources

Good Shepherd International Justice Peace Office - NGO Prayer Network for July 2020

Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking in Humans - ACRATH Prayer-Reflection July 2020