Statement on trafficking in human beings
The Pontifical Academy of Sciences, November 2013, 4 pages
Following a wish expressed by Pope Francis, the Pontifical Academies of Sciences and of the Social Sciences, together with FIAMC (World Federation of the Catholic Medical Associations) organized a preparatory workshop on 2 – 3 November 2013 to examine human trafficking and modern slavery, in order to establish the real status quo and an agenda to combat this heinous crime.
On that occasion, a statement listing 41 recommendations on how to combat human trafficking and slavery has been issued.
For more detailed information please check the webpages:
- The Pontifical Academy of Sciences
- Address of Pope Francis to the new Ambassadors accredited to the Holy See on the Occasion of the presentation of the Letters of Credence
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