Saturday, April 26, 2008

Whose problem is it?

I had a chance to connect with the Croydon Community Against Trafficking (CCAT) while in the UK last week.
This initiative is a fantastic response to a community problem.
The reality about trafficking is that everyone has someone to blame.
Whose problem is it?
The answer is that it is everyone's responsibility to combat trafficking.
Take a look at the website and see what one community of people who took responsibility for trafficking in their neighbourhood have done - and then have a look around your own community - and let's take the lead together.
I'm tired of the blame game... it's the government, the police, the salvation army... it's always someone else.. it's time everyday, ordinary people began to solve the problem...anyone, anyone...

3 comments:

Estelle said...

they are as I say being the Gospel and not just doing it

Fenrisar said...

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Johnny said...

The CCAT guys are doing some brilliant work on this