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Human Trafficking

Ending Slavery Today: The Fight Against Human Trafficking

May 19, 2021 | 12 p.m. EST

Join America Media, the Order of Malta’s Mission to the United Nations, the Arise Foundation and the Mountbatten Program for an event highlighting the modern day fight against slavery in the world today.

Please register for this free and public, pre-recorded event. Registrants will receive a video link in advance of the event to view the conversation.

REGISTER HERE

Speakers include:
Amb. Dr. Paul Beresford-Hill, CBE, KM, Ambassador of the Order of Malta to the United Nations
Prof. Michel Veuthey, Ambassador of the Sovereign Order of Malta To Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons
Deborah O’Hara Rusckowski, Advisor to the Ambassador of the Order of Malta to the United Nations on Human Trafficking and Child Protection
Jeanne Christensen, RSM, The U.S. Catholic Sisters Against Human Trafficking 

 
Panelists Include:
Jess Templeman, ARISE Foundation
Kevin Hyland, OBE, former Anti-Slavery Commissioner, United Kingdom
Vincent Cardinal Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster

This conversation is moderated by Matthew F. Malone, S.J., president & editor in chief of America Media.

This program is produced by America Media and the Order of Malta’s Mission to the United Nations, and is co-sponsored by the Arise Foundation, the Mountbatten Program and the Australian Catholic Anti-Slavery Network.

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