Call for Submissions: Joint Learning Initiative on Faith and Communities Requests Resources, Case Studies and Recommendations for Interviewees on AntiTrafficking and Modern Slavery

The JLI Anti-Trafficking and Modern Slavery Hub is beginning a Hub scoping study on the roles of local faith communities in Anti-Trafficking and Modern Slavery[1]

They are gathering literature from academic repositories, and turn to the Hub members to fill in the gaps.

Key questions:

  • What evidence exists of local faith communities [2] working with victims and survivors of AHT/MS?
  • How do the theological reflections of local faith communities on issues of trafficking and slavery influence their approaches?
  • What lessons can be drawn from the ways that local faith communities approach initiatives that relate to AHT/MS?

They are interested in any examples that illustrate dynamics around religion and anti-trafficking. You are invited to:

  • Submit relevant materials and references. This is to ensure that we have all the main material covered. We are looking for materials that provide key insights into the ways in which religion affects anti-trafficking and modern slavery, such as the role of local faith communities in response. This can include a diverse range of documentation from the grey literature: research reports, web links, policy briefs etc.
  • Submit case studies. A case study is a specific example of work from your organization or one of your partner organisations (of programs or projects, etc.) that highlights the role of religion and/or local faith communities in ending trafficking and modern slavery.  We will also be considering cases where LFCs may be negatively involved in trafficking.
  • Participate in an interview or recommend contacts for interviews *Not all case studies will be selected for interviews but please provide a contact name and email

Interviews can be in place of a case study, as specific cases can be discussed during the interview.

While they invite all contributions on topics related to religion and anti-human trafficking and modern slavery, they are particularly seeking information in the following areas.

  • Sex trafficking
  • Organ and body parts Trafficking
  • Labour Trafficking –land
  • Labour trafficking – maritime
  • Domestic servitude
  • Children (soldiers or child marriage)
  • LGBT communities

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