To mark the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, Australia Catholic Religious Against Trafficking in Humans (ACRATH) has released a video clip entitled “Victims Voices Lead the Way: Let Them Be Heard”.
ACRATH is imploring people to listen to the stories and voices of trafficked people to gain an understanding of what can be done to combat the injustice. The call marks the 30th July UN declared World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. A one- minute film clip – Victims Voices Lead the Way: Let Them Be Heard – has been developed by ACRATH member and former forced marriage worker Liz Payne and long-time ACRATH friend, colleague and supporter Marilynn Ross to help communities learn more about the importance of listening to, and learning from, the voices of victim-survivors of human trafficking.
July is also ACRATH’s major fundraising month and this year donations are well down, threatening some of the organisation’s programs. Please donate to ACRATH today.