Australia: Anti-Slavery Australia announces funding of three research grants

Anti-Slavery Australia is delighted to announce funding of three research grants to drive greater academic anti-slavery inquiry and research. These research grants are part of Anti-Slavery Australia’s strategy to enhance understanding of modern slavery in order to better respond to the needs of survivors and work towards abolition of this human rights violation. The longer term aim of this funding is to develop an anti-slavery research hub within the Faculty of Law at the University of Technology, Sydney.

Vulnerability of temporary migrants to modern slavery

Dr Laurie Berg joined the University of Technology Sydney Faculty of Law in 2009 and is the author of the first book on the regulation of temporary labour migration in Australia.

The original full article can be found at antislavery.org.au

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