The Dark Side of International Adoption

by (@TheIRD) February 7, 2013

By Mikhail Bell (@Bellsworld) Regent University’s Center for Global Justice, Human Rights and the Rule of Law, has raised the profile of human trafficking and child protection, such adoption, issues within Christian and secular circles. On January 11-12, the Center hosted its latest engagement of modern social issues with the second annual Seeking Justice of […]

Regent University Anti-Trafficking Gathers Local, National Leaders

by (@TheIRD) December 13, 2012

by Addie Darling Last Wednesday, Regent University and the Protecting Children Foundation hosted The Model City Conference, a gathering on Regent’s Virginia Beach campus to discuss the growing problem of sex trafficking in the region, as well as ways individuals and organizations are working to stop it. In recent years, the $40 billion a year […]

Regent University Event Challenges Sex Trafficking

by (@TheIRD) May 15, 2012

Mikhail Bell May 15, 2012 The following article is the second of two reports on the Center for Global Justice Symposium. Read the first piece about religious freedom here. Annie Dollarhide, center, of the A21 Campaign, emphasized the need to actively support anti- trafficking causes. (Photo credit: Becki Lake)   Regent University in Virginia Beach is […]

Is Religious Freedom No Longer “Cool”?

by (@TheIRD) April 17, 2012

Religious freedom needs to be restored to its proper role in society. (Photo credit: Blogspot) Speakers at Regent University’s March 2012 symposium on “Media and The Law: Seeking Justice for the Least of These” worried that domestic and global religious freedom is no longer a major emphasis in American culture. The March 29-31 Center for […]