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Domestic Servitude - Research Note by Anti-Slavery Australia

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Visas for Trafficked People - Policy Paper by Anti-Slavery Australia

It is important for survivors of human trafficking and slavery to be supported by an effective visa framework. This paper puts forward the recommendations of Anti-Slavery Australia for amendments to the current trafficking visa framework.

The paper sets out the current scheme, which was amended in 2015 to reduce stigma towards trafficked and enslaved people and to facilitate better support. ASA recognises the value of these improvements, but recommends further change.

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Report on Establishing a National Compensation Scheme for Victims of Commonwealth Crime

A new report by Anti-Slavery Australia and the Law Council of Australia makes a compelling case for the establishment of a national compensation scheme for survivors of human trafficking, slavery and slavery-like practices.

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The case for a National Compensation Scheme - Policy Paper by Anti-Slavery Australia


Anti-Slavery Australia has released a policy position paper advocating for the establishment of a national compensation scheme, to ensure that victims of  human trafficking, slavery and slavery-like practices have access to a consistent and effective pathway to compensation.


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The case for an Anti-Slavery and Trafficking Commissioner - Policy Paper by Anti-Slavery Australia


Anti-Slavery Australia has released a policy position paper, advocating for the appointment of an Anti-Slavery and Trafficking Commissioner to further strengthen Australia's strategy to combat human trafficking, slavery and slavery-like practices.

Anti-Slavery Australia believes that the appointment of a Commissioner would offer real benefits for vulnerable people and survivors of these human rights abuses in Australia.

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