National Compensation Scheme

ACRATH's June conversation looked at the need for a National Compensation Scheme for Victim/Survivors of Modern Slavery. Professor Jennifer Burn, director of ...

Poverty Drives Child Labour

In a message sent to Guy Ryder, director-general of the International Labor Organization (ILO), on the occasion of the fifth Global Conference ...

Remembering Rana Plaza

April 24th 2022 marks the ninth anniversary of the collapse of the Rana Plaza building in Dhaka, Bangladesh. This building housed five ...

Impacts of Covid-19

A report entitled Scarring Effects of the Pandemic Economy: COVID-19’s ongoing impact on jobs, insecurity and social services in Victoria has been ...

Appeal for Ukraine

The war in Ukraine draws attention to the link between armed conflict and human trafficking. The very presence of armed conflict and ...

Garment Worker’s Rights

For many years NGOs have been advocating for a living wage for garment workers. In 2017 Oxfam launched the What She Makes ...

Strengthen Modern Slavery Laws

A new report - Paper Promises? Evaluating the early impact of Australia's Modern Slavery Act  - is the outcome of a review of ...

ACRATH Takes Action

ACRATH TAKES ACTION is a 12 minute film clip celebrating the work being done by Team ACRATH during the pandemic. The clip ...

Access to Justice for Migrants

A new report,  Migrant Workers’ Access to Justice for Wage Theft: A global study of promising initiatives, from Migrant Justice Institute Co-Executive ...

A Journey in Activism

Anne Gallagher is a true veteran in the field of anti-trafficking, with a record of engagement on this issue that goes back ...

Activism and Hope

Mary Cameron joined ACRATH’s Victorian group three years ago and already she has made her mark. She pulled together the 2019 Christmas ...

Activism Against Exploitation

ACRATH’s four-year battle for justice for 22 men from the Pacific, who were exploited on farms in Australia when they came to ...