Action in October

The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty is observed each year on Oct9ber 17. Given that poverty makes millions of people ...

Covid-19 and Modern Slavery

Covid-19 has impacted the lives of many people especially those who are vulnerable. Research conducted by Dr. Nerida Chazal, University of South ...

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 ...

Name Your Change

ACRATH’s successful first ‘Name Your Change’ zoom morning tea has led to serious moves to slavery-proof some of Victoria’s political hubs. About ...

Action for April

ACRATH’s volunteer Companions offer support and friendship to trafficked women and their children. Two Companions support groups of seasonal workers in Victoria ...

Partnering with SVHA

To honour St Josephine Bakhita Day (Feb 8th) this year, the Advocates for Change at St Vincent's Health Australia (SVHA in Melbourne ...

December call to Action

Many people trafficked into Australia try to rebuild their lives alone, often distanced from their country and family. Seventeen ACRATH volunteers across ...

Advocacy Covid Style

Every year ACRATH staff, members and volunteers advocate on a range of issues. A feature of this advocacy is the annual week ...

Action for October

The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty is observed each year on 17th October. The theme of this day for 2020 - ...

Technology and Anti-Trafficking

The Anti-Trafficking Review is published by the Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW), a network of over 80 NGOs worldwide focused ...

Advocates for Change

St Vincent’s Health Australia (SVHA) has embarked on a groundbreaking training program to help key staff identify and support vulnerable people who ...