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Talitha Kum Aotearoa New Zealand

What’s in a name? In a mid-June Zoom meeting, representatives of the Aotearoa NZ Religious against Trafficking of Humans — ANZRATH — groups in Auckland, Wellington and Dunedin agreed to a change of name. Our new name is Talita Kum Aotearoa New Zealand. Talitha Kum is the international network of religious working against trafficking and […]

30 July – World Day Against Trafficking in Persons

The International Labour Organisation estimates that 21 million people are victims of forced labour, and there are more human slaves today than ever before. Every country in the world is affected by human trafficking, whether as a country of origin, transit, or destination for victims. Close to 80% of trafficking is for sex, and 19% […]