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.
Registration for Spring Session 1, Level 3 Engagement closes on January 6th, 2014!
Spring 2014 Sessions - Confronting Slavery and Human Trafficking
Sessions will consider the incidences of slavery and human trafficking today, the work of CRS and its partners in confronting the complex forces that sustain this problem, and the ways in which students can become more engaged in justice work related to this important area. These sessions build upon a new partnership between the University of Dayton's Human Rights Center and CRS which along with our partners in Brazil, is working to combat the issue of slavery. This focus is especially critical as the world's spotlight will be on Brazil during the World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics in 2016.