Action Needed Now

The NSW State Parliament passed Modern Slavery legislation in June 2018. The Act was passed unopposed. The NSW Modern Slavery Act is ...

Temporary Migrants During Covid-19

Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic ACRATH has been concerned for migrant workers and international students and their vulnerability to exploitation. UTS Law’s A/Prof ...

Latest ACRATH News

In the September issue of ACRATH News you can read about ACRATH's new Forced Marriage Video Presentation which was launched in August. The ...

2021 ACRATH Calendar

ACRATH’s 2021 calendar is now available. To date we have sold the ACRATH Calendar for $10.  However this year we acknowledge that ...

Modern Slavery Risks in Business

The Australian Human Rights Commission has partnered with KPMG Banarra in developing guides to help Australian businesses understand and manage their modern ...

Stop Trafficking!

Education is the key to the prevention of children becoming victims of human trafficking. This month’s issue of Stop Trafficking! focuses on human ...

Support for Workers in Queensland

ACRATH's Regional Coordinator in Queensland, Sr Janine Bliss fmm, has been spending a good bit of time in the Bundaberg area supporting ...

IDC Report 2016-2017

The Government has tabled the ninth report of the Interdepartmental Committee on Human Trafficking and Slavery (the IDC), covering the period 1 ...

Human Dignity, Freedom and Care

Talitha Kum, the International Network Against Trafficking in Persons, invites you to participate in an online "Conversation among women of faith on ...

Forced Marriage Training Initiative

ACRATH (Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking in Humans) will launch a suite of new and revised forced marriage resources during a zoom ...