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17 December 2015

Anti-slavery movements in Australia and the world

The impact of international anti-slavery movements in Australia will be explored at a public lecture at the State Library of Queensland on December 17.

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29 June 2018

Australian law set to tackle orphanage trafficking in travel company supply chains

Orphanage volunteering is seen as a positive for developing nations. However, child protection advocates have long reported the harm it causes children and the industry that profits from it.

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3 March 2017

How does volunteering in an orphanage encourage modern slavery?

Last week, the Attorney-General announced an Inquiry into establishing a Modern Slavery Act in Australia, a great step forward says Kate van Doore

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12 September 2021

Lights, Camera, Activism with Rachel Griffiths AM

In this conversation Kerry O'Brien speaks to one of Australia's most prolific arts professionals Rachel Griffiths AM about her celebrated career.

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2 March 2018

Key advocate welcomes new campaign targeting orphanage tourism

Griffith law lecturer Kate van Doore has welcomed the Federal Government's announcement ofa new campaign to prevent Australians from inadvertently contributing to child exploitation.

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10 November 2017

Griffith academic receives prestigious award for fight against child trafficking

Child rights lawyer and Griffith Law School academic Kate van Doore has been recognised at this year’s prestigious Anti-Slavery Australia Freedom Awards after more than a year working to increase awareness around the insidious problem of child trafficking through orphanages in developing countries.

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27 July 2017

Stop orphanage volunteering and reduce child exploitation

Australia must do more to stop child trafficking in developing nations says Kate van Doore, leading international child rights lawyer.

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13 September 2013

Human Trafficking, Asylum and the Problem of Protection

The Griffith Asia Institute and the Griffith Law School were please to host a seminar by Professor Satvinder Juss from...

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