Introduction

Racial Justice Sunday 2014

On Sunday 14 September, the Catholic Church in England and Wales celebrates Racial Justice Sunday. It is a day on which all Christians are called to earnestly pray for an end to racism and racial inequality. The theme for 2014 is 'Combating Human Trafficking'. The Church is committed to supporting vulnerable and marginalised people and the Bishops' Conference's Office for Migration Policy takes the lead in our work to address the horrors of this modern‐day form of slavery. 

Theme

Background

Racial Justice Sunday is a day of prayer for a more just and humane society – where all are given equal worth and equal dignity. The theme for 2014 is 'Comba...Read more

CBCEW Project

Trafficking Project

The Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales, CBCEW, has developed a human trafficking project that aims to raise awareness of the scale of human tr...Read more

Action

What Can I Do?

If you're wondering what you can do to support the work of the bishops in this vital area, we have a few simple suggestions for you to consider. Read more

pray

Prayers for Racial Justice Sunday 2014

In this section, you will find a number of prayers to bring to God the suffering of the victims of human trafficking, to pray for recovery and reconciliation and to remember those who work with and care for victims to bring an end to this modern-day abuse and slavery. Read more