Call to action April 2024

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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 regularly includes this page, encouraging people to find out more and consider becoming involved in actions and advocacy.

Hon Tanya Plibersek MP, Speech to NSW Catholic Schools International Women’s Day Breakfast

It’s been my great pleasure to work with ACRATH over many years – particularly in my time as Minister for Women…

Hon Tanya Plibersek MP

Cambodian woman who feared falling victim to trafficking now studying law thanks to Auscam charity

Sr. Colleen Jackson RSC, Outgoing Regional Representative of Talitha Kum for Oceania

Sr. Annette Arnold RSJ, new Regional Representative of Talitha Kum for Oceania

Sisters in Argentina Working to End Human Trafficking

Melbourne man on trial for exit trafficking after allegedly leaving wife stranded overseas without passport

India’s former high commissioner to Australia must pay penalty to domestic worker who earned less than $10 a day for a year’s work

Before Arnold Dix saved dozens from an underground tomb, he was a hero for Qatar’s World Cup ‘slaves’

Deal on EU ban on products made with forced labour

Church of England fund ‘not enough’ to right slavery wrongs

Domestic workers in Hong Kong scared to speak up as rights dwindle

New Bill Would Protect Child Farmworkers in USA

A global cocoa shortage could soon impact the price of chocolate, and PNG growers are cashing in

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