Australia is a destination nation for slaves and trafficked persons, especially for sex slaves.
Australia is a demand nation for slaves and trafficking.
Fighting for Justice Foundation is solution focused on preventative models of sustainable human rights advocacy steeped in evidence based research and international best practice models.
You can be a part of ending trafficking in your lifetime - and it starts with how you treat others, what products and services you consume and by being self aware about your own behaviours, thoughts and attitudes!
We acknowledge that gender based violence - beyond the reality of poverty is the root cause of slavery - fuelling exploitation and slavery:
Our Strategy is to
PREVENT human trafficking
DISRUPTING it's DEMAND
DIVERSIONARY education and outreach projects.
Fighting for Justice Foundation recognises that the majority of the world's slaves are women and girls who experience sexual abuse, trauma and exploitation on a daily basis.
We acknowledge that sexual servitude is the greatest form of slavery, exploitation and human trafficking in the world and in Australia. Here are their stories:
The legalisation and decriminalisation of industries that perpetuates violence against women and 'traps' them in daily abuse is incompatible with international human rights principles, and needs review.
If we are to see slavery abolished, Australia must take a stand against the exploitation of women.
Our Vision is a world where people are honoured with dignity, their rights are upheld and vulnerable women and girls are empowered and supported through therapeutic and restorative processes, and where perpetrators are supported to make healthy alternate choices - before they offend or re-offend.
Our Values include:
FREEDOM - JUSTICE - EXCELLENCE - INTEGRITY - COLLABORATION
Our Objective is to disrupt demand for human trafficking, slavery, exploitation and servitude through a human right and gender equal lens, with the view of empowering both men and women to therapeutic restorative justice pathways by being the lead organisation in disrupting Australia’s demand for exploitation in our region by addressing gender based violence that fuels this human right violation through:
- thought leadership and international best practices;
- parliamentary lobbying for law reform and recommendations;
- human rights advocacy for victims;
- therapeutic non-adversarial supportive pathways for victim survivors;
- prevention education for perpetrators of gender based violence through our annual Demand an End to Demand workshops. More information at: www.endthedemand.com