This page contains resources on human trafficking, including guidelines and fact sheets in English and translated into six community languages.
Information sheet for Commonwealth Government procurement officers
Under the Commonwealth Procurement Rules, Commonwealth Government officials are obliged to act ethically. This includes ensuring that no business providing goods or services to the Australian Government is tainted by human trafficking, slavery or slavery-like practices anywhere in the supply chain. This information sheet provides Commonwealth officials with further guidance on ethical procurement and supply chain exploitation.
Guidelines for non-government organisations working with trafficked people
The guidelines for non-government organisations working with trafficked people are an important resource for organisations working with trafficked or enslaved people.
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Labour trafficking factsheets
These fact sheets provide employers and employees with a practical guide to the steps they can take to combat labour exploitation through human trafficking, slavery, or slavery-like practices such as forced labour. They were developed by a working group established by the National Roundtable on Human Trafficking and Slavery.
Fact sheets for employers
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Fact sheets for employees
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Anti-Human Trafficking Community Resource
The Anti-Human Trafficking Community Resource was released in 2011. It is the product of an Achieving Collaborative Awareness exercise held by the Australian Federal Police. This exercise was designed to foster greater understanding of the most effective approaches to prevent, deter and disrupt the serious crime of human trafficking, and to assist trafficked people.
This resource provides a comprehensive reference guide to all government agencies, non-government organisations, unions and industry groups with a role to play in the fight against trafficking. It will help stakeholders to better understand each other's roles in preventing human trafficking offences and caring for trafficked people. The Anti-Human Trafficking Community Resource is available at: