The slave my sister, my brother

A Christmas Reflection on a Current Reality A beautiful and inspiring evening of readings and music with Eva-Marie Middleton (soprano); Paul O’Neill ...

Trapped at Sea by Covid-19

Border restrictions put in place to prevent the spread of Covid-19 have trapped many of the worlds 1.6 million seafarers at sea ...

Investors Against Slavery

Fiance Against Slavery and Trafficking (FAST) is an initiative of the Liechtenstein Initiative. This Initiative, a partnership between the Governments of Liechtenstein, ...

Calling All Teachers

ACRATH will hold a Webinar to introduce its website and various resources including the Modern Slavery: A Teaching Kit for Senior Secondary ...

Holding the Light

You are warmly invited to an Ecumenical Service remembering victims and survivors of family domestic violence. Where:  St Peter's Eastern Hill 15 ...

Food for Thought

ACRATH member, Noelene Simmons sm, was a presenter at the  St Patrick's Church "Food for Thought 2020" programme in early October. The ...

Ethical Fashion Choices

Consumers have the ability to send powerful message about human rights and sustainability by the choices that they make. This is particularly ...

Combating Modern Slavery

Assistant Minister for Customs, Community Safety and Multicultural Affairs, Jason Wood, in a recent media release announced the Federal Government has committed ...

Advocacy Covid Style

Every year ACRATH staff, members and volunteers advocate on a range of issues. A feature of this advocacy is the annual week ...

Forced Marriage in South Australia

Be part of a strategic response to Forced Marriage in Australia. Flinders University is holding a webinar via zoom for educators, health ...

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 ...