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

Eureka Street person of the year 2023

Laura Kings, Assistant editor of Australian Catholics: Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking in Humans (ACRATH) and Hon Linda Burney MP, Minister for Indigenous Australians and Member for Barton.

Human trafficking reports continue to increase in Australia

Schools urged to be on lookout for signs of forced marriage as numbers rise across Australia

Pacific Island workers save wages to change lives at home but feel isolation

Advocates welcome government support for forced marriage prevention – 5/12/23

Anti-Slavery Australia

20 years of providing legal services to survivors of human trafficking and modern slavery

Talitha Kum

Q&A with Sr. Seli Thomas, a winner of inaugural Sisters Anti-Trafficking Awards

Archbishop Kaigama impressed by the Nigerian Government’s shelters for survivors of human trafficking

National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) Nigeria

Alliance to End Human Trafficking

Stop Trafficking Newsletter

Malaika Oringo speaks before the UN General Assembly, Office on Drugs and Crime (video clip)

Footprint to Freedom

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