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 ...

ACRATH News June 2022

ACRATH has emailed the June 2022 issue of ACRATH News to all subscribers today. This newsletter is full of important information and ...

Talitha Kum Report

Save the Date!  Tuesday 28th June - Talitha Kum will present its 2021 report. Click the link below to subscribe to the online ...

Donate to ACRATH Today

ACRATH needs to raise $200,000 in the coming weeks until 30 July - World Day Against Trafficking in Persons - to sustain ...

Global Expert Leads June Conversation

Professor Jennifer Burn, Director of Anti-Slavery Australia, will be the guest on the ACRATH Conversation on Wednesday June 29 at 11.30am. Professor Burn, ...

Advocacy with New Government

ACRATH staff and volunteers are preparing for the virtual advocacy campaign with Federal Politicians and their staff to raise four key issues ...

Be Good Samaritans

ACRATH President Clare Condon sgs recently received an honorary doctorate from the Australian Catholic University recently, for her contribution to social justice ...

Passion for Justice

Gemma Thomson immersed herself in the complexities and injustices of human trafficking and modern slavery in Australia and globally after the Presentation ...

Prayer for Peace

ACRATH supporters, family and friends are invited to join Catholic Religious Australia and the wider community in an online prayer service for ...

Congratulations Myer

The Oxfam What She Makes campaign was launched in 2017. ACRATH has been active in supporting this campaign asking that big clothing ...

Take Action in June

ACRATH is grateful to our many donors who make it possible for work against human trafficking and modern slavery to continue. Your ...

Award for ACRATH President

ACRATH congratulates Good Samaritan Sister Clare Condon who has been awarded an honourary doctorate by Australian Catholic University in recognition of her ...