UNTIF Project, Vietnam

UNTIF Project, Vietnam

To raise awareness about child sexual abuse and knowledge/skills about what to do in response, the Hagar Vietnam team coordinated with the Women’s Union and Minh – Luong Secondary School in the Nghe An Province to run a contest with local secondary school...
There’s someone we’d like you to meet

There’s someone we’d like you to meet

Please join us in extending a very warm welcome to our new Global CEO, Dr. Andrew Catford.Since joining Hagar in June, Andrew has been spending time in the field with our program staff, meeting survivors and seeing first-hand the powerful healing impact Hagar’s work...
The start of a great new friendship

The start of a great new friendship

We are very excited to announce a new partnership with the innovative and award-winning retail giving platform i=Change.Weaving philanthropy into our everyday purchases, i=Change is a beautifully simple platform that enables online retailers – including some of our...
Lifting the lid on slavery

Lifting the lid on slavery

A powerful new Australian film is exposing the hidden world of slavery in South East Asia’s fishing industry.In cinemas from September 26, Buoyancy tells the story of a 14-year-old Cambodian boy sold into slavery on a fishing trawler, and features an incredible debut...
Serving up justice

Serving up justice

The Pong is coming!This October, ping pong players across Australia will take up their paddles for the annual Ping-Pong-A-Thon to raise funds to combat slavery and human trafficking in South East Asia – and we’d love you to join in.Last year more than 90 events were...
Awaiting Australia’s first Modern Slavery Bill

Awaiting Australia’s first Modern Slavery Bill

With much anticipation, we await the imminent introduction of Australia’s first Modern Slavery Bill to the Federal Parliament and welcomed similar legislation introduced to the NSW Parliament. These proposed new laws will require large companies and organisations to...