Take Action in October

In October the ACRATH calendar alerts us to a resource that enables us to make ethical fashion choices. How does your favourite ...

Exploited Workers Must be Paid

ACRATH has been calling on the Federal Government to compensate 22 ni-Vanuatu workers more than $100,000 in lost wages and expenses for farm ...

Servitude or Service?

Service or Servitude: A Study of Trafficking for Domestic Work in Australia by Heather Moore is the first report to analyse 30+ cases ...

Action for June

 Asylum seekers and refugees forced to leave their homes due to war, persecution or natural disasters are most vulnerable to exploitation and ...

#whomademyclothes

April 24 2019 marks the sixth anniversary of the collapse of the Rana Plaza in Bangladesh. Over 1,100 garment workers lost their ...

Looking for Ethical Fashion?

ACRATH welcomes the eagerly awaited 2019 Ethical Fashion Report that has now been released by Baptist World Aid. The Guide grades more than 400 ...

Stop Trafficking

The September issue of Stop Trafficking! highlights several reports that describe the complexities of human trafficking and all the remedies needed. Articles ...

Stop Trafficking!

Anti-Human Trafficking Newsletter Vol 16 No 8 The role money plays in various types of human trafficking and in efforts to find ...

Stop Trafficking!

Anti-Human Trafficking Newsletter Vol 16 No 5 The May 2018 issue of Stop Trafficking! highlights how vulnerability among children leads to exploitation and ...

Migrant Vulnerability to Human Trafficking

Evidence from Mediterranean Routes On 21 december IOM (International Organization for Migration) issued a report on "Migrant Vulnerability to Human Trafficking and ...