Human Trafficking on the Agenda in St Louis Schools

trafficking 250x25027 APR, 2016. Louisville Girls Secondary School, Abuja, Nigeria, is the first St Louis School to organize an event to discuss the issue of Human Trafficking, the “theme” that was chosen by the Institute-wide St Louis Schools Forum (SLSF). The SLSF was established in 2014, and encompasses all St Louis Schools globally - primary and secondary schools from California, England, France, Ghana, Ireland, and Nigeria. The aim of the SLSF is to promote online networking among all St Louis schools, facilitate the exchange of information, and promote the St Louis ethos of education based on the four pillars of Education, Ecumenism, Ecology and Migration.

The Human Trafficking event, which took place in the school on March 16, had two invited guest speakers: Sr Patricia Ebegbulem SSL of the African Network Against Human Trafficking (ANAHT), and Doris, a victim of Human Trafficking.

To read more about the Human Trafficking seminar at Louisville Girls Secondary School, Abuja, click on the latest edition of Musings, our monthly newsletter - Issue 52.