Annual Report 2018

he Rev. Rachel Carnegie, Anglican Communion Office, presenting at an Engage Freedom event in Pickering, Ontario. Photo: The Rev. Canon Dr. Michael Mondloch
he Rev. Rachel Carnegie, Anglican Communion Office, presenting at an Engage Freedom event in Pickering, Ontario. Photo: The Rev. Canon Dr. Michael Mondloch

Combatting human trafficking and modern-day slavery is a priority across the Anglican Communion. It is an issue that encompasses migrant farm workers, domestic workers, and forced sex trade work here in Canada and around the world. And it has a particular focus for Canadians as part of the tragic and violent reality of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. 

Generous donors like you have helped General Synod shine a light into this dark place, including the production of a video, and “Engage Freedom” gatherings in each ecclesiastical province to build awareness and develop Anglican responses.  

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