Call to Action


ACRATH supports the work of many like-minded organisations both in Australia and globally. Many produce resources that can be used in a variety of settings and some have campaigns underway. Our newsletter hopes to make this call to action a regular feature, encouraging people to find out more and consider becoming involved in actions:

Australian company Ansell, which sells rubber gloves and personal protective equipment, is being sued in the United States. The lawsuit accuses Ansell, and another major brand, of knowingly profiting from the alleged use of forced labour in their supply chains.

ACRATH EO Christine Carolan, is looking for partners who may have shares in Ansell; if you know someone please contact Joseph at the ACRATH office

Human Trafficking and Talitha Kum: Seven Short Videos

  1. What is Human Trafficking?
    2. Exploited: Please See Me
    3. From an Economy of Trafficking to an Economy of Care
    4. Vulnerability to Trafficking
    5. Caring for Trafficked People
    6. Preventing Human Trafficking
    7. Talitha Kum – Networking for Change

MADEC Australia to conduct audit, refund farm workers after housing standards breach

 Labour hire company rejects claims Pacific workers who ‘absconded’ were enticed to breach their visas

RENATE: Religious in Europe Networking Against Trafficking and Exploitation.
“Working tirelessly to rehabilitate victims, free the world of sexual and labour exploitation, slavery and forced organ harvesting.”

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