Radio Awareness Project

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Human trafficking, slavery, and labour exploitation happen in Australia, in our local communities.  As part of our ongoing work to end human slavery ACRATH has funded a Radio Awareness Project, The RAP.

With generous support from Anti-Slavery Australia, The RAP has produced community service announcements for radio to build awareness and provide information about human trafficking and slavery in Australia today.  The intention is to reach individuals and communities most at risk of exploitation, particularly Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) communities. 

To date the RAP has produced 14 CSAs in:

  •  Thai
  • Mandarin
  • Malay/Indonesian
  • English.

The CSAs are currently being broadcast on 3ZZZ, Melbourne Ethnic Community Radio, and North West FM in Melbourne.  We are working to increase the distribution of the CSAs to Ethnic Radio programming across Australia. 


  • Do you host a local ethnic radio program?  Would you be interested in sharing a message on anti-slavery with your audience?
  •  Or, would you be available to help by recording a scripted anti-slavery community service announcement (CSA) in your own language (other than English)?
  • We are interested in hearing ideas on generating greater awareness and information to CALD communities.

Contact:  Brigid Corcoran, ACRATH

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