ACRATH | Human Trafficking: Sharing Women’s Stories from the Philippines | Sat, 25 June

I Have a Voice: Trafficked Women in their own words Over 500,000 Filipino women and children are trafficked for sexual exploitation every year. The lives of these survivors are forever impacted, and now we invite you to hear their stories.

Marietta (Mayet) Latonio is a Filipino social worker, women’s advocate, researcher and Professor at the University of Southern Philippines Foundation. She works with women trafficked for sexual exploitation.

Mayet has helped conduct research in the Philippines with female victims and survivors of human trafficking – she is coming to Perth to share these stories with us. You will hear of unique insights into their lives and the significance of having been trafficked.

ACRATH warmly invites you to this special fundraising event where 100% of the funds raised will be given to the Cebu Good Shepherd Welcome House, which serves women and children who are survivors of sex trafficking and prostitution in Cebu City, Philippines. We kindly invite you to consider making a donation at the event.

For full event details, please visit the event page: Human Trafficking: Sharing Women’s Stories from the Philippines Tickets, Sat, Jun 25, 2016 at 2:00 PM | Eventbrite

 

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