Call to Help Combat Modern Day Slavery
ACRATH (Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking in Humans) has launched its national fund-raising appeal in a bid to raise $400,000 to continue its work fighting human trafficking and modern slavery, especially forced labour and forced marriage in Australia and globally. ACRATH now relies entirely on your donations after last year losing its $125,000 a year grant from the Federal Government.
ACRATH’s Executive Officer Christine Carolan said “In the past year with community donations we have been able to achieve a great deal,” Ms Carolan said. “We have worked closely with the community and government, health, education and civic leaders to bring about systemic change and prevent human trafficking and slavery. Click here to read more