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A couple jailed for keeping a slave in their Melbourne home have been ordered to pay their victim more than $485,000 for years of “unpaid wages” in the first payment of its kind in Australia, according to Melbourne’s Age newspaper.

‘Reach every victim’ and ‘leave no one behind’: Sisters combat human trafficking
Sisters share what their congregations are doing internationally to eliminate this grave offense against human dignity.

Slavery is a growing problem. How should Australia respond? Melissa Halliday, ACRATH employee

Doing Theology and Theological Ethics in the Face of the Abuse Crisis, Global Theological Ethics
Edited by Daniel J. Fleming, James F. Keenan SJ and Hans Zollner SJ; Published April 2023

Modern slavery is on the rise in Australia

Linx Employment exits Pacific Australia Labour Mobility scheme amid worker treatment investigation

Man charged with trafficking over alleged scheme to leave wife stranded overseas

Melbourne woman convicted of slavery handed more jail time over bid to intimidate victim

Catholics in South Sudan voice alarm over forced marriage

Modern Slavery Act Review

Dutch King apologises for Netherlands’ historic involvement in slavery

Baptist World Aid: Ethical Fashion Report, Special Edition 2013-2023


Human trafficking and homelessness

Talitha Kum

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