Domestic Servitude Conviction

A Melbourne husband and wife who held a woman in slavery in their home for eight years have been jailed. This is ...

Conversation in July

Join the ACRATH Conversaion Series in July and hear from ACRATH Advocacy team members. Fr Peter O'Neill SSC andACRATH EO Christine Carolan ...

Conversation with ACRATH

ACRATH launched its Conversation Series in June 2021. In the first conversation ACRATH members Liz Payne and Therese Power shared on their ...

Human Trafficking and Terrorism

A recently released document published by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) examines the link between Human Trafficking and ...

2021 TIP Report

In releasing the 2021 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, siad: "This year’s Trafficking in Persons Report ...

Protect Not Punish Victims

In a report to the 47th Session of the Uinted Nations (UN) Human Rights Council, the UN Special Rapporteur on Trafficking in ...

Anti-Slavery Actions for July

The World Day Against Trafficking in Persons is observed each year on 30th July. This day serves as a reminder that there ...

Child Slavery Lawsuit Blocked

Six men who had been trafficked from Mali to work on cocoa farms in Ivory Coast were involved in a lawsuit against ...

ACRATH Launches Appeal

ACRATH, Australia’s leading Catholic anti-trafficking organisation, is appealing for funds to continue its support for trafficked people. President Sr Louise Cleary csb ...

ACRATH Conversation Series

Meet ACRATH Companions in new Conversation Series ACRATH has launched a new Conversation Series to be held on the last Wednesday of ...

NSW Modern Slavery Act 2018

The NSW Modern Slavery Act 2018 passed the NSW Parliament on 21st June 2018 and received royal assent six days later. However, ...

Debt Bondage in Mica Mining

It is highly likely that you own products that include mica as an ingredient. It is the mineral that makes our cosmetics, ...