[Anglican Communion News Service] Efforts by Anglicans and Episcopalians to tackle human trafficking in Ghana, Hong Kong, the U.S. and the U.K. will be brought to the attention of the U.N. Human Rights Council this week. The Anglican Communion’s Permanent Representative to the U.N., Jack Palmer-White, will tell the U.N. Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women that faith organizations have a key role to play in preventing trafficking in women and girls in the context of global migration. The committee is hosting a general discussion on the issue on Feb. 22 to help it prepare a “general recommendation” for U.N. member states.
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