Saturday, April 13, 2024
22.6 C
Sydney
Home Tags Slavery

Tag: Slavery

Making slavery unacceptable

Pope Francis calls for Catholic communities worldwide to join him in commemorating St Bakhita’s Day, the Catholic Anti-Slavery Day on 8 February. Catholics around...

Slavery on the increase

Forced labour in the private economy has grown by 2.7 million more people worldwide in the last five years, according to new findings from...

Peter Rosengren: When politics becomes indifferent to people

Something is rotten at the heart of our national political life Australian national life is dominated by a problem which is serious and can generally...

Getting the price for women and girls right: Victoria’s prostitution law

“How could anyone think this is protecting human rights?” These are the words of ‘Nina’, a Victorian woman who was prostituted and trafficked in...

Jenny Stanger: Let victims’ voices end modern slavery

Slavery still exists, here in Australia, and it must end United Nations World Day Against Trafficking Persons on 30 July is a global day to...

To ignore trafficking is to be complicit in the crime, pope...

Today - 8 February - is St Bakhita's Day, the day designated by Pope Francis as a day of prayer and action against the...
John McCarthy QC.

Church leads modern slavery fight

Companies and large faith-based organisations need to understand their compliance obligations under the Modern Slavery Act says John McCarthy QC.
- Advertisement -

MOST POPULAR