Sunday, 18 October 2015

To-day is Anti-Slavery Day : Enrol in Australia's first ever free anti-slavery online course starting 22 October, UniNSW


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To-day, 18 October, is Anti-Slavery Day

Anti-Slavery Day,created in 2010 by an Act of Parliament in Britain, aims to raise awareness of modern-day slaver and to inspire people to do what they can to eliminate it. The bill defines modern-day slavery as child trafficking, forced labour, domestic servitude and trafficking for sexual exploitation.

This day is championed by Anti-Slavery International which, founded in 1839, is the world's oldest international human rights organisation and the only charity in the United Kingdom to work exclusively against slavery.  

18 October: Anti-Slavery Day

Anti-Slavery Day, created in 2010 by an Act of Parliament in Britain, aims to raise awareness of modern-day slavery and to inspire people to do what they can to eliminate it. The bill defines modern-day slavery as child trafficking, forced labour, domestic servitude and trafficking for sexual exploitation.



Hear Anti-Slavery Australia Director Jennifer Burn talk about forced marriage in this 1800RESPECT webinar next Thursday 22 October
Register here: http://www2.redbackconferencing.com.au/1800Respect22Oct2015 
Posted by Anti-Slavery Project on Wednesday, 14 October 2015

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