Global Solidarity Network
The CRS Global Solidarity Network (GSN) study e-broad program is an online learning community and curricular resource that offers students and faculty in the United States a deeper understanding of the challenges the world’s most vulnerable face, as well as their strength and resilience. It provides insight into the multi-faceted nature of humanitarian relief and development work as well as the principles that inform Catholic Relief Services and its partners.
VIEW WEBCAST ON SESSSION 1 – FORCED LABOR HERE
The purpose of this webcast is to learn more about how an organization like CRS is working to eradicate slave labor – from working to reduce the vulnerabilities that lead to enslavement, such as landlessness and joblessnes, to the legislative work that needs to happen to advocate for supply chains free of slave labor, at the regional, national, and international levels. What is being done to respond and what can WE do in particular? Hear from Dr. Mary Laver (CRS Program Advisor), Dr. Vince Miller (University of Dayton), and Jill Marie Gershutz Bell (Senior Legislative Specialist, CRS).