ABC Radio interview with CEO Kate Kennedy
A parliamentary inquiry has been told the problem is a $32 billion industry and there's an estimated 21 million slaves worldwide.
Hagar wants all companies that provide services to the federal government to certify that their supply chains are slavery proof.
Presenter: Joanna McCarthy
Speaker: Kate Kennedy, CEO, Hagar
I have been touched by so many things in the past few months – the kindest of people hosting lounge room events, motorbike riders uniting in a ride against slavery, the enthusiasm from young people at school talks and the mighty marathon runners raising money for Hagar across...
TIM Mathieson, the Prime Minister's partner and a long-time motorcycle enthusiast, is about to climb into the saddle to raise $100,000 to fight child slavery in Cambodia.
He plans to ride in a pack of about 50 bikers from Kirribilli House, the Prime Minister's residence in Sydney, to The Lodge in...
Radio Australia with Richard Ewart
Rachel Griffiths backs NGO empowering victims of human trafficking.
It's mission is not just to rescue victims, but to empower them.
Eight out of ten women who have been helped by Hagar in Cambodia are now living independently in the community.
Recently the Oscar nominated Australian actor Rachel...
Who should be supporting the arts, science and charities?
In the USA, philanthropy underpins so many areas of important research and creative endeavour, from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to the donations of every day Americans.
Today Jon Faine hosted a special Conversation Hour forum to investigate whether philanthropy is working...