45 – War, Conflict, and Human Trafficking

The correlation between war, conflict, and human trafficking is all too apparent in many parts of the world. Sandra Morgan, the Director of the Global Center for Women & Justice and Dave Stachowiak, one of the Center’s board members, welcome Esther & Camille Ntoto from Africa New Day to discuss how human trafficking shows up in their work in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Esther and Camille are both graduates of Vanguard University and have devoted their lives to develop a network of opportunities that empowers communities, and teaches current and future leaders how to approach the problems of the local population.

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Sandie Morgan

Sandie Morgan, PhD, RN is recognized globally for her expertise in combatting human trafficking and working to end violence against women. As Director of Vanguard University’s Global Center for Women & Justice (GCWJ), she oversees the Women’s Studies Minor as well as teaching Family Violence and Human Trafficking.

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  1. Dr Johnson Tsongo KATIRISA on December 7, 2020 at 11:54 am

    It is a great pleasure for me and our Non Profit Organization to get in contact with Dr Sandra Morgan. It was a big positive surprise for me to get the opportunity to partake to the UN Coffee Talk where I met people who think the way I do about the life of a woman, as a mother.
    I am very proud to meet in this regard Mr Camil and Mrs Ester, my country mates who know the challenges of our community. My believe is that together it is possible to make a change.
    I have seen how terrific is human trafficking when I was working in South Sudan, i saw those girls kidnapped by the LRA chief army group, Koni operating in Garamba National Park. The girl 17 years old found me in the Hospital seeking for help as she developed Stage 3 Syphilis with neurological and cutaneous complications. The time I was talking to her, taking the history of her condition, that is when she reveled herself to me that she was kidnapped by these Koni Army Group and she has been leaving in the bush for the past 3 years.
    We have lost Assumptionist Priest in Oicha Catholic Parish, Bunyuka Catholic Parish and other many people. These are people kidnapped in their convent and home by ADF army Group terrorizing communities in Nord Kivu( DRC) for the last 10 years.
    In conclusion, human trafficking is a very serious issue which needs everyone’s collaboration.

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