Fast Facts: Human Trafficking

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We stand with the 21 million men, women and children who have experienced extreme human rights abuses due to forced labour, domestic violence, exploitation and trafficking. We at Hagar believe that survivors have the right to high quality trauma-informed services, enabling each individual to regain their dignity and secure their...

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Transitioning of the House of Smiles

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In December 2015, all six clients who were living at Hagar’s House of Smiles Disability Project Group Home transitioned into government services through the Ministry of Social, Veteran and Youth Affairs (MoSVY). With a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) now signed between Hagar and MoSVY, this long- planned exit strategy is hailed as...

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Introducing Hagar Australia’s new CEO, Jo Pride

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The board of Hagar Australia is delighted to announce the appointment of Jo Pride as the new CEO of Hagar Australia. Jo will assume the leadership of Hagar Australia’s pioneering, 22-year work, as part of the global Hagar network, in restoring the lives and futures of the survivors of trafficking and...

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MP visit to Cambodia

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We were privileged to brief Australian MPs in Phnom Penh on January 18, 2016 about the challenges of labour migration and the importance of comprehensive recovery services. The MPs visited Cambodia as part of a learning tour organised by Save the Children to enable them to see first-hand a range of...

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An Interview with Pacha Mama Wines

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Pacha Mama Wines partnered with Hagar Australia in 2014 and generously support all of our events by donating their delicious wine. We recently interviewed owners, Nina and Callie about their involvement with Hagar and why they think it's important to support a charity. What attracted you to partnering with Hagar? Hagar was...

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