Stop Trafficking April 2022

The presence of child trafficking and forced labour in the production of food is the topic for the April edition of Stop ...

Uzbekistan Cotton Success

ACRATH members and supporters would know that ACRATH has been involved in the campaign to raise awareness about the issue of forced ...

Stop Trafficking February 2022

Sport has become yet another way in which human beings are trafficked. Aspiring athletes can be lured to pseudo-sports camps in far ...

No Quick Fix for Slavery

Dr Mark Copland was appalled when a group of Mercy sisters told him about the exploitation of seasonal workers in regional Queensland. ...

Access to Justice for Migrants

A new report,  Migrant Workers’ Access to Justice for Wage Theft: A global study of promising initiatives, from Migrant Justice Institute Co-Executive ...

Slavery at Glove Supplier

Reports have emerged concerning personal protective equipment giant Ansell having ties to a Malaysian glove maker alleged to have subjected workers to ...

30 Years Supporting Survivors

The UN Voluntary Trust Fund on Contemporary Forms of Slavery is celebrating 30 years of bringing survivors to the centre of recovery ...

Advocacy in December

Make this a slavery free Christmas! Shop ethically when purchasing Christmas gifts such as chocolates, sporting goods, clothing or other cotton products ...

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 ...

Activism through Advocacy

Liz Morris' contribution to the work of ACRATH has been enormous. In 2020 she drafted ACRATH’s submission to the Senate’s Select Committee ...

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 ...

Debt Bondage Payouts

For some time ACRATH has been concerned about migrant workers in the rubber glove industry in Malaysia. Along with St Vincent's Health ...