Activism Against Exploitation

ACRATH’s four-year battle for justice for 22 men from the Pacific, who were exploited on farms in Australia when they came to work as part of the Seasonal Worker Program, has resulted in the men receiving Act of Grace payments. Judge Jarrett in the Brisbane federal circuit court in his 2017 judgement called the treatment…

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ACRATH Newsletter

Want to find out more about the work of ACRATH? Download the latest edition of ACRATH News here. Articles in this edition include: Where to take stories of slavery then and now? ACRATH ‘handpicked’ to join workplace giving program Time to speak up for exploited workers Peter goes to work for seasonal workers Slavery-free tea…

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Campaign for Justice

You are invited to join with ACRATH is seeking justice for 22 workers from Vanuatu who were exploited in Australia. The workers arrived in Australia in July 2014. For seven weeks they worked tirelessly on six farms sometimes receiving only one meal a day. When they were not paid their salaries and asked for their payment…

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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…

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Help for people in forced labour in Australia

ACRATH Radio & Print Project ACRATH is running a campaign in several community languages 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 Korean, Chinese and Vietnamese communities to support people who may not know what…

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Stop Trafficking!

Anti-Human Trafficking Newsletter Vol 15 No 6 The June issue of Stop Trafficking! highlights various reports that help the reader realise the complexities of human trafficking. Articles include What does human trafficking look like inn the US, Fashion makes me uncomfortable, How state courts can assist trafficked victims and How the hospitality sector can assist the…

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