Modern Slavery: The Untold Human Rights Crisis
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Elements restaurant, 599 Portage Ave.,
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Human trafficking is reported to be the fastest growing criminal industry in the world. This one-day
training session will be geared towards investigators and frontline officers. The training is designed
to raise awareness and develop officer understanding of human trafficking trends in Ontario.
Officers will learn to recognize the characteristics of human trafficking, understand the mindset...
Saturday, March/Samedi 10 mars 2012
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
(Parish Hall/Salle Paroissiale)
289 Dussault Avenue
Tickets/Billets $20 $
Available from AMO members/
disponibles auprès des membres AMO
or call/ou appelez le 489-1763
Associates of the Missionary Oblate Sisters
Les Associé.e.s des...
On February 28 and 29, 2012, AAMS will be speaking to all of the English, French Immersion and Francophone students and teachers that have participated in this year's Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties project on human trafficking.
To learn more about MARL, visit http://www.marl.mb.ca/
Walk-With-Me Victim Services is holding a Volunteer Training Session for a Front Line Victim Care.
Visit their website section entitled "Volunteer 2012" for information on how to apply: http://www.walk-with-me.org/
AAMS and AAMS Partner ChocoSol Traders are teaming up with Free-Them to Promote Slavery-Free Chocolate and Raise Funds to Help Anti-Slavery groups in Mali, Africa.
Whether it’s a Mars, Cadbury, Hershey, Nestle or Snickers chocolate bar, most of us relish biting into one of life’s most tasty, cheap indulgences: chocolate. On Valentine’s Day, we often buy chocolate for our loved...
Millennium Development Goals: Meeting More than Deadlines
1015-11:00 Alliance Against Modern Slavery
11:00-11:45 Right to Play
11:45- 12:30pm Lunch break
12:30-1:15 Save the Children Canada
1:15-1:45 Freedom to Thrive
1:45-2:15 Lindsey (personal experience)
2:15-330 Poverty Eradication
On November 30, 2011, AAMS's Jason Vermes and Karlee Sapoznik, as well as Michael Sacco of our partner organization ChocoSol Traders, will be speaking at Havergal College's 2011 Institute. All workshops will be exploring the 8th Millennium development goal of 'Global Partnership for Development'.
We are officially incorporated and registered as a charitable organization under the name Canadians Against Slavery / Canadiens contre l'esclavage (84068 5119 RR0001).
Our trade name is Alliance Against Modern Slavery / Alliance contre l'esclavage moderne.