Human Trafficking: What You Need to Know
Join us for this 2013 Lutheran Community Foundation sponsored webinar with Rev. Dr. Marie Fortune of FaithTrust Institute and Dr. Nancy Murphy of Northwest Family Life to learn more about this form of modern day slavery and how you and your faith community can get involved.
Jan 24, 2013
from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Dr. Nancy Murphy, Rev. Dr. Marie Fortune, Lila Ghising
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This webinar is sponsored by a grant from the Lutheran Community Foundation as a part of their Ending Family Violence Initiative and their work to end the enduring epidemic of domestic violence.
Free and Open to the Public
January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Join us for this webinar with Rev. Dr. Marie Fortune of FaithTrust Institute and Dr. Nancy Murphy of Northwest Family Life to learn more about this form of modern day slavery and how you and your faith community can get involved.
This webinar will help you:
• Access educational and advocacy resources for you and your faith community
• Articulate a faith-based response to human trafficking
• Understand the basics of human trafficking This webinar will help you:
Meet Our Presenters
Dr. Nancy Murphy is the Executive Director of Northwest Family Life Learning and Counseling Center based in Seattle. She holds numerous degrees, including a Doctorate of Ministry in Transformational Leadership through Northwest Graduate University. Nancy is the author of God’s Reconciling Love: A Pastor’s Handbook On Domestic Violence (FaithTrust Institute, 2003) and the co-author of several research articles.
Rev. Dr. Marie Fortune is the Founder and Senior Analyst at FaithTrust Institute in Seattle, WA. A graduate of Yale Divinity School, she is a pastor, educator, and author as well as a practicing ethicist and theologian. Her books include Keeping the Faith: Guidance for Christian Women Facing Abuse and Sexual Violence: The Sin Revisited.
Lila Ghising has provided advocacy and program management for various social services organizations both domestically and abroad. She has focused on rehabilitating, advocating and educating the survivors of human trafficking and domestic violence. In Nepal in 1992 she founded the Women's Prevention and Protection Center. Over 500 woman and children have been helped through this organization.
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