Human Rights Day

Human Rights Day is observed every year on 10 December — the day the United Nations General Assembly adopted, in 1948, the Universal ...

Involve the Young in Activism

Jess Brady wants young people to get the message about human trafficking so they become life long advocates of change. “I was ...

Activism through Research

Melbourne researcher Erin Cassell recalls volunteering to do a few hours work evaluating an ACRATH project. That was 10 years ago and ...

Activism and Hope

Mary Cameron joined ACRATH’s Victorian group two years ago and already she has made her mark. She pulled together the 2019 Christmas ...

Activism in Prisons

Caritas Australia CEO Kirsty Robertson travelled to Cambodia early this year and met some of the women most vulnerable to human trafficking ...

Stories of Activism in WA

ACRATH members in Western Australia are good at raising much-needed funds, given the organisation runs without any government funding. But Heather McNaught ...

Research and Awareness Raising

As a child, Samita Rai would hear stories of children being kidnapped and sold into brothels or circuses. When she was older, ...

Australia’s Slavery Past

A lunchtime webinar exploring Australia’s early days of slavery will be held on 2nd December as part of the UN’s 16-Days campaign ...

Forced Marriage in Australia

Forced marriage happens in Australia. This is *Tamin and *Shamira’s story… (* not their real names) Tamin was 20 when she discovered ...

Activism Bringing Results

This story is a David and Goliath like battle. It’s the story of 22 men from Vanuatu who came to Australia to ...

Advocating for Workers Rights

Liz Morris is fairly new to ACRATH, but already her contribution has been enormous. Most recently, she drafted ACRATH’s submission to the ...