ACRATH Advocating in Federal Parliament

ACRATH Advocating in Federal Parliament

An ACRATH team of fourteen will be walking the halls of Federal Parliament 13-16th August. In their meetings with members of Parliament they will be advocating around three issues:

  • support for the passage of the Modern Slavery Bill through Parliament while at the same time recommending inclusions, in particular the appointment of an independent anti-slavery commissioner
  • establishment of a national approach to awareness-raising education amongst educators and high school aged students about the incidence of forced marriage in Australia
  • the inclusion of a 3-5 year funding schema in the Home Affairs departmental budget under the National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking and Slavery

Download a copy of the ACRATH advocacy sheet here.

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