Help for Filipino people forced into labour in Australia

Help for Filipino people forced into labour in Australia

ACRATH (Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking in Humans) is running a campaign in several community languages, including Tagalog, across Australia to alert workers to action they can take if they are being seriously exploited at work. The Radio and Print Project (RAPP) is focussing on the Filipino, Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese communities to support people who may not know what services are available to them if they are being exploited. Community Service Announcements (CSAs) in Tagalog has been provided to radio stations, including community radio, and information has also been disseminated to the print media and Filipino organisations. ACRATH was fortunate to have the support of volunteers who did the translations and recorded the CSAs. Read more…

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