The faith based struggle against modern slavery and human trafficking globally and locally

Sir David Moxon

17 August 2019

When Archbishop Sir David Moxon delivered The Vaughan Park Sir Paul Reeves Memorial Lecture 2018, it was a call to make a difference in our own circles of life so that slavery and human trafficking could be eradicated. 

With contributions from:

  • Archbishop Sir David Moxon
  • Sister Gemma Wilson SM, who advocates and raises awareness of human trafficking in Aotearoa New Zealand and internationally;
  • The Rev. Chris Frazer, Anglican Diocese of Wellington, who works ecumenically and with the Department of Immigration to stop human trafficking;
  • Clare Mercer, a young church leader who has been engaged in anti-trafficking work overseas and has now returned to Aotearoa New Zealand. 

The day will explore how we can help to support current local initiatives throughout Aotearoa New Zealand, individually and collectively, so that together we can care for and actively seek justice and freedom for those who suffer so much from this crime. 

Saturday 17th August 2019


$80 (includes retreat, teas and lunch)

To register please email