The event highlights the need for a better public awareness about modern slavery and the collaboration between Governments, International Organizations and Civil Society to combat human trafficking, to protect and rehabilitate victims.
The Salvation Army’s annual day of prayer for victims of human trafficking. All Christians around the world are called to pray for women, children and men -victims of trafficking.
Is held on July 30th 2019, and is an annual event. People trafficking and modern day slavery is a massive worldwide problem with very few countries immune to human trafficking, and the event by the United Nations is to raise awareness and increase prevention of that.
Is held annually on 26 June to speak out against the crime of torture and to honor and support victims and survivors throughout the world.
It is a key plank in the United Nations’ war on drugs. Originally, lunched by a resolution of a special session on drugs of the UN’s General Assembly in 1987, the annual awareness day was founded to mark the centenary of China’s early efforts to combat the trade in opium – widely regarded as the start of the international war against drugs.
This marks the International Day of Prayer and Awareness Against Trafficking in Human Beings, a global phenomenon that Pope Francis has repeatedly condemned, describing as a wound on the part of humanity. The unions of the Superiors and the General Superiors of Roman Catholic Religious Institutes have chosen February 8 as the Day of Prayer and Awareness against the Trafficking of Human Beings.