Latest human trafficking News

Child immigration detention must be prohibited following adoption of EU migration and asylum pact, UN experts say
Job scams are on the rise. What are they, and how can you protect yourself?
Deputy Commissioner Scott Lee Welcomed as New CPO for the ACT
AFP warns domestic and overseas workers of forced labour indicators amid rising reports
AFP Warns Of Rising Reports Of Forced Labor
In Dialogue with Serbia, Experts of the Human Rights Committee Commend the State’s Improved Anti-Discrimination Framework, Raise Issues Concerning Measures to Prevent…
UN experts deplore continuing failures of protection for Shamima Begum
UN experts deplore UK Court of Appeal’s decision to revoke Shamima Begum’s citizenship
Eyes On Signs Of Modern Slavery
Over 8 million women and girls in Ukraine will need humanitarian assistance in 2024
Experts of the Committee on Enforced Disappearances Commend Cambodia’s International Cooperation on Fighting Crime, Ask about Plans to Adopt Legislation on Enforced…
Be Alert! Criminals are targeting students to recruit them as money mules
NT man extradited to QLD to face forced labour charges
Civil Society Organizations Brief the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women on the Situation of Women in Greece, Oman and…
Erin West; Watchlist Internet; BBB Win at Scam Fighter of the Year Awards
Melbourne man jailed for forced labour
School communities called on to identify the signs of forced marriage
Darwin man charged with forced labour and servitude offences, victims rescued
Arrest made in Operation Wentworth
Multinational Mission’s Deployment Critical to Restoring Rule of Law in Haiti, 2653 Sanctions Committee Chair Tells Security Council
Finally – a migration strategy that may tackle the massage sector calamity
International cooperation leads to 92 children removed from harm in 2023
Human trafficking reports continue to increase in Australia
Hasty detainee laws raise human rights concerns
Monash University’s new Vice-Chancellor and President
Action to eliminate modern slavery and human trafficking
Security Council: UNITAD
New supports for victim-survivors of modern-day slavery in Australia
Merry Christmas! The AFP media advent calendar is ready to sleigh it
Establishing Australia’s first Anti-Slavery Commissioner
Security Council 1970 Sanctions Committee Amends Five Entries on Its Sanctions List
Why ‘helpful friction’ is crucial in the battle against scammers
Sex work decriminalisation exacerbates grievous outcomes for massage therapists
A focus on gender, peace and security
“Get Free” – Human Trafficking Film releases across Australia Cinemas
Children removed from harm in the Philippines following international investigation
Australian Institute of Criminology celebrates 50 years of service
Massage therapists hope visa crackdown is part of wider reforms
Strengthening Australia’s immigration compliance and integrity
20 years of fighting poverty in Cambodia through hospitality education
Security Council Renews Authorization to Inspect Vessels Suspected of Smuggling Migrants, Human Trafficking from Libya, Adopting Resolution 2698 (2023)
The disability royal commission recommendations could fix some of the worst living conditions – but that’s just the start
Report on review of modern slavery criminal offences released
World Day Against Trafficking In Persons 31 July
World Day against Trafficking in Persons 30 July
UN expert: Achieving SDGs and climate justice essential to prevention of trafficking in persons
Nepali students chase their education dreams at CDU to help combat human trafficking
Taking action on modern slavery