Applications Invited for the Sisters Anti-Trafficking Awards 2023

Applications Invited for the Sisters Anti-Trafficking Awards 2023

Organization: SATA

Event Duration: 31 Oct. 2023 - 31 Oct. 2023

Apply By: 12 Jun 2023

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About the Organization

SATAs Objectives-

  • To raise the profile of the phenomenal contribution of Catholic Sisters against human trafficking
  • To share knowledge and foster further collaborative anti-trafficking efforts between congregations and across the anti-trafficking sector as a whole
  • To broaden and deepen the protection of communities vulnerable to trafficking worldwide

About the Event

The SATAs is the annual celebration of three sisters, as representatives of their congregations and networks, who have demonstrated exceptional courage, creativity, collaboration and achievement in the protection of their communities from human trafficking.

The inaugural SATAs will be held in London on the 31st of October 2023.

The 3 awards -

Every day, tens of thousands of sisters worldwide are dedicating their lives to protecting their communities from exploitation.

  • The Common Good Award - For courage and creativity in addressing exploitation

Despite adverse conditions and sometimes  scarce resources, sisters’ resourcefulness and dedication are leading to effective and sustainable work against trafficking across the world. This award winner will have demonstrated creativity and courage in their anti-trafficking interventions.

  • The Servant Leadership Award - For excellence in network-building

Embedded in their communities, sisters are often uniquely placed to lead through service and develop long-term anti-trafficking systems and networks. This award winner will have contributed to the growth of such networks, and have facilitated collaboration across cultures and religions.

  • The Human Dignity Award - For lifetime achievement in addressing exploitation

The effectiveness of sisters’ anti-trafficking work is often due to their familiarity with local customs and vulnerabilities, and the trust they have from local communities.

This award will go to a sister who has been committed to the fight against human trafficking for at least 15 years, and whose work has proven impactful and sustainable.

Who can Nominate

  • Any individual or organization may nominate through the online nomination form, available in English, Spanish and French.
  • Nominations from the host organizations’ staff or boards (Arise, UISG and Conrad N. Hilton Foundation) will not be accepted.

Who can be Nominated

  • For all three awards, the nominee must:
  • Be a religious sister who has worked, or is still working, on the local level against human trafficking and exploitation anywhere in the world;
  • Be a recognized advocate of human dignity, addressing the root causes of human trafficking;
  • Have proven that their way of working is based on collaboration, partnership, networking and dialogue.
  • Self-nominations will not be accepted.
  • Staff and trustees of the host organizations (Arise, UISG and Conrad N. Hilton Foundation) cannot be nominated.

How to Apply

Submit a nomination at this link.

Nomination Form

For more information please check the Link




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