Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration (FSPA)

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Human Trafficking Resources

Human Trafficking Toolkit prepared for Wisconsin Parishes

The national Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) resolved in 2001 and in 2012 to end human trafficking through education and action. In Wisconsin, sisters are fulfilling this commitment by:

1. preparing a parish-based toolkit to be used in adult faith formation, social concerns groups and interfaith dialogues, to name a few, and 

2. promoting the national hotline number on billboards and buses in Milwaukee, Oshkosh and Green Bay -- a known human trafficking route between Chicago and the Twin Cities.

FSPA supports LCWR's efforts. The complete toolkit is available on our task force partner's site, Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Cross. Wisconsin parishes received these toolkits in 2016. 

The Human Thread - Catholics for Clothing with a Conscience

Supported by FSPA and inspired by Catholic Social Teaching, The Human Thread 
Woman holding a sign that reads I made your clothesseeks to foster Catholics' awareness that promotes solidarity between consumers of clothing and the people who produce them in order to create a more just economy and sustainable communities.

Visit The Human Thread or download The Human Thread brochure (.pdf). 
 

Catholic Health Initiatives: Understanding Human Trafficking

U.S. Catholic Sisters Against Human Trafficking

Ad for US Airways magazine, sponsored by U.S. Catholic Sisters against
Human Trafficking
and designed by Bailey Lauerman

US Catholic Sisters human trafficking ad by Bailey Lauerman


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