The problem of human trafficking, the subject of the first Corporate Stand taken by the Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, is still as disturbing as ever. At a recent meeting, the coordinators of two organizations (CATHII and Quebec Coalition against Human Trafficking), supported by several religious communities, clarified the role of each of these organizations. They especially emphasized the need to sustain close collaboration with resource persons and organizations in order to better assist victims of human trafficking, as evidenced. . .