ACRATH to Advocate in Federal Parliament
Forced Marriage and Forced Labour Issues
Beginning on Monday 7th September ten ACRATH members will begin their annual week of advocacy in Federal Parliament. During their time in Canberra ACRATH members will engage with Senators, Members of the House of Representatives, Ministerial advisors, Departmental staff and Embassy staff.
ACRATH will acknowledge the work of the Australian Government in reviewing the Human Trafficking Visa Framework and establishing the Supply Chain Working Group of the National Roundtable on Human Trafficking and Slavery. Advocacy issues will include the needs of those in Australia facing forced marriage and the needs of overseas workers facing forced and exploited labour in Australia. Read more…
ACRATH would be grateful for your prayerful support during our time of advocacy in Canberra. Thank you.
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