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THEOLOGY OF HUMAN MOBILITY IN THE 21st CENTURY 20-22 September 2021 Organized by UISG Unione Internazionale delle Superiore Generali & SIMI Scalabrini International Migration Institute Rome

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SESSION II (PLENARY) Experiences Africa & Europe: Forced Migration and Human Trafficking (13:15-14:15 CET) The second session will give particular emphasis to the organizations in which religious participate with a specific focus on the African continent.

The roots of migration in general, and forced migration in particular, and human trafficking will be the center of the discussion.

Moderator: Michel Veuthey, Ambassador of the SMOM to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons

• David Holdcroft, sj, Professional and Post Se- condary Education Specialist at Jesuit Refugee Ser-vice, Rome, Italy

• Yvonne Clémence Bambara, rgs, Talitha Kum

Ambassador of the Sovereign Order of Malta to Monitor and Combat Human Trafficking

1212 Grand Lancy - Geneva (Switzerland)

- Email: [email protected]