International Heroine Against Modern-Day Slavery Speaking at Wycliffe College
April 3, 1:00 -2:00 pm
“Frontier Missions: Combatting International Modern-Day Slavery”
Learn about what is happening in Latin America and how we can take action in our city.
In 2009, Mariliana Morales received the prize "Heroine Against Modern-Day Slavery" by then U.S. Secretary of State Hilary Clinton.
In 2013, Morales was awarded The International Alliance for Women’s “World of Difference Lifetime Achievement Award” for Women’s Economic Empowerment. She also won the "Builder of Non-Violence Award" from the Gandhi Foundation and Martin Luther King Foundation (1999); the Secretary’s Award for International Women of Courage and twice Costa Rica’s National Ombudsman’s Award for contributing to bettering the lives of victims of commercial sexual exploitation.
For more information please contact: Carluci Dos Santos, Ph. D.
Latin America Mission Executive Director
Mariliana is the founder and director of the Rahab Foundation, a partnering ministry of the Latin America Mission Canada, http://www.fundacionrahabcr.org/. You can support her ministry through the Latin America Mission Canada.