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“Human trafficking is a grave crime against humanity. It is a form of modern day slavery and a profound violation of the intrinsic dignity of human beings. It is intolerable that millions of fellow human beings should be violated in this way, subjected to inhuman exploitation and deprived of their dignity and rights. This outrage should concern each one of us, because what affects one part of humanity affects us all. Virtually every part of this world is touched in some way by the cruelty and violence associated with this criminal activity.”
Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury
As a member of the Anglican Alliance, ABM has joined with Anglican churches around the world to stand up against human trafficking.
Churches are encouraged to mark ‘Freedom Sunday’ as a way of working together to end human trafficking.
If you would like to become involved please visit: