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Concilium 2011/3 Human Trafficking

Concilium 2011/3 Human Trafficking

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Publisher: SCM Press
ISBN: 9780334031147
Published: 31/08/2011

Part One: Contexts

A. General Reflections on Trafficking: Concept, Forms, Contexts, and Church Documents on Migation and Trafficking

Moving Targets: Migrants, Globalization, and Human Trafficking
DANIEL GROODY

Who Else is in the Boat or in the Lorry? Mixed Flows: Trafficking and Forced Migration
MARYANNE LOUGHRY

Migration in Catholic Social Thought
TISHAM. RAJENDRA

B. Trafficking and Vulnerability of Children and Women in Different Contexts

Sex Trafficking, the Vulnerability of Women and Children - Urgent Call to the Church
MAURA O'DONOGHUE

Sex Trafficking - a Social Analysis and the Church's Response in Southern Africa
MELANIE O'CONNOR

Valentina's Story: Trafficking in Women in Moldova
MARIA KATHARINA MOSER

C. Ethics and Trafficking: Normative Analysis, International and Christian Responses

Trafficking in Women and Reification
MICHELLE BECKA

Human Trafficking and Forced Labour as a Global Challenge for the International Labour Organization and its 'Decent Work Agenda'
STEFANIE A.WAHL

Metaphorical Ecclesiology: Faith-based Responses to Sex Trafficking
AGNES BRAZAL

 

Part Two: Theological Forum

Ecumenical Spirituality - as we already know it: an abridged version of the discussion between Hans Kung and Jurgen Moltmann at the Second Ecumenical Kirchentag (Church Congress) in Munich in 2010

The Master and Marguerite: Meister Eckhart and Marguerite Porete
DIETMAR MIETH

Catholic Sexual Ethics - a Necessary Revision: Catholic Responses to the Sexual Abuse Scandal
HILLE HAKER

Obituary: Miklos Tomka

 

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Hille Haker, Lisa Sowle Cahill, Elaine Wainwright