Find information about paid and unpaid positions.
There are currently no paid positions vacant at Anti-Slavery Australia.
We are constantly on the lookout for passionate human rights supporters who would like to volunteer with Anti-Slavery Australia. If you would like to volunteer, send your CV with a cover letter to
listing the position description in the subject line. We would love to work with you on a project that utilises your particular skills and progresses our work against trafficking and slavery.
There are a number of ways that individuals can help. If you have experience in the following areas, or others that might be useful, please get in touch.
- Migration agents
- PLT students
- Support Services
- Graphic design and marketing
- Web design
- Community engagement
- social work.
- transitional and/or permanent housing.
- English language training.
- vocational training and assessment.
- education services.
- ongoing medical treatment.
- specialised and preventive health care.
- mental health services, peer counselling.
- workers rights and human rights training.
Lawyers and Migration Agents
All students need to complete . Please send an email attaching the form and your CV and providing a brief description of how you think you could contribute to our organisation to with PLT PLACEMENT in the subject line.
Some victims of slavery and trafficking in Australia need basic assistance and services that lie outside our legal system. People who have recently experienced slavery or human trafficking are often in crisis in several areas of their lives. They may be homeless, in immigration detention or prison, living in a shelter, hospitalised or living with others in the community.
Graphic Design and Marketing Volunteer
Web Designer Volunteer
Forced Marriage and Forced Labour Youth Advocates
We seek engaging and passionate young people to join our Forced Marriage and Forced Labour Youth Advocate Teams. Members of these teams volunteer a few hours per month to help raise awareness of these issues through events and community engagement. Meetings are held monthly to provide supervision and direction to the efforts of each youth advocate, with research and engagement activities being managed individually by each person between meetings.
The Youth Advocates initiative is run in coordination with the Outreach and Advocacy division of Anti-Slavery Australia under the supervision of Kate Fitzgerald (Outreach and Advocacy Coordinator).