Call to Action

On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, marked annually on 25 November, the Talitha Kum ...

A Voice for Victim/Survivors

Ambassador Chiara Porro urges people to be the voice of the victim/survivor Chiara Porro was appointed Australian Ambassador to the Holy See ...

Stop Trafficking November 2021

The November issue of Stop Trafficking! shines a light on how orphanages, adoption, surrogacy and even volunteering may be linked to human ...

Stop Trafficking!

During this International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour, the October issue of Stop Trafficking! continues to focus on the many ...

Day of the Girl Child 2021

Digital generation. Our generation is the theme for the International Day of the Girl Child in 2021. During the Covid-19 pandemic the use ...

Global and Local Perspectives

The topic for the ACRATH Conversations Series event in September was Human Trafficking: Global and Local Perspectives. It featured ACRATH’s Sr Colleen ...

Climate-Induced Slavery

Climate change and climate-induced migration heightens existing vulnerabilities of slavery. Drivers of vulnerability to modern slavery are complex and impacted by many ...

Forced Labour in Tobacco

The High Court has denied a request from two major UK tobacco companies to dismiss a case which claims they have exploited ...

Conversation in September

The topic for the ACRATH Conversation in September is Human Trafficking, global and local perspectives. Hear ACRATH’s Sr Colleen Jackson RSC, Oceania Coordinator of Talitha ...

Stop Trafficking!

The latest issue of Stop Trafficking! focuses on the many ways children are exploited to provide consumer good and services. Progress to ...

Goods Produced by Child Labour

Did you know your consumer habits may be fueling child labour? It is important that we are informed about this issue so ...

Action for Afghanistan

Likely Escalation of Human Trafficking in Afghanistan Want to take action to support people and prevent trafficking and forced marriage in Afghanistan? ...