Call for Greater Justice for Migrants in Britain

Brigidine Sisters are proud to be one of the communities of women religious  who continue to spearhead the fight against modern slavery across 27 countries in Europe.

In the following article from The Tablet April 20, 2022 Sr Imelda Poole IBVM, President of Religious in Europe Networking Against Trafficking and Exploitation (Renate) reports on what she refers to as “Britain’s appalling record on justice for migrants”.

As you read this report you are invited to reflect on what action you as an individual or as a member of our Brigidine Congregation are being called to take.

Loreto Sister Imelda Poole, president of RENATE, a network of religious congregations in Europe fighting human trafficking, is seen at Vatican press hall Nov. 4, 2016. (CNS photo/Carol Glatz)