Faith Action on Human Trafficking
July 1, 2021
This curricular module guide examines how faith actors and beliefs figure into action on human trafficking, highlighting how religion plays complex roles in international development. The guide expands on the "Faith Action on Human Trafficking" virtual course module by assembling open-access sources and providing discussion questions on the role of religion in human trafficking.
These materials are designed to engage students with the following issues:
- the roles of faith-inspired and interfaith organizations in combatting human trafficking and modern forms of slavery
- efforts of faith-based organizations to combat human trafficking in Cambodia
- theological and ethical frameworks to approaching faith action on human trafficking
This guide is part of the Berkley Center's Religion and World Affairs Virtual Course Modules, a collection of curricular modules that draws on open-access articles and multimedia sources to support online learning in higher education.