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The Practical Application of Australia’s Modern Slavery Laws

[Brayden Sharp] Campaigners should be looking for ways to improve the Act to become not only a moral compass, but a strong weapon With Australia’s Modern Slavery Act being passed in November 2018, large organisations have had to start paying closer attention to how they conduct their business. Fair Supply, Australia’s first law firm exclusively […]

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SOUND CHECK: FEBRUARY 2019

Cait and Brayds sit down to have a look back on all the things that happened with 30 Million to None in February, and also discuss some big 30 Mil news for the coming months. MAKE NOISE

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An Update on Offshore Detention

[Gabby Sullivan] Suicide attempts and mental health problems are wide spread for those who have been separated from family members for years and see no future for themselves Behrouz Boochani is a name that has recently come to light with the Kurdish-Iranian author winning a profound Australian literary award, despite not being allowed into the […]

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How The Yemen War is Creating Slavery

children are being recruited by certain rebel groups, to engage in armed conflict [Martyna Żuchowska] Yemen is currently facing the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. Millions of people are on the brink of starvation because all the country’s supply channels have been blocked off. Most citizens don’t have access to fresh water and are malnourished. This […]

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Forced Labour at Sea

[Martyna Żuchowska] This type of industry is prone to forced labour type of slavery where people are held against their will to work grueling hours in terrible conditions, for little to no money. Seafood has a huge impact on the trading industry because it is one of the most traded foods in the whole world. Seafood […]

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