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There are many ways that individuals and corporates can get involved.

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For corporates

Human Mart

Modern slavery continues to take place in Australia and we need your help to shed light on the issue.

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Learn more

Education is essential to ending modern slavery. You can learn more through our nationally leading modern slavery elearning courses and our resources. We also regularly host events and modern slavery training. To find out more visit our events page and sign up to our newsletter.

Advocate and amplify

Follow us on social media and share our posts.
Raise your voice with your local political representatives to let them know you care about ending modern slavery.

Be an Ethical Consumer

Review the modern slavery statements of the many large Australian companies who are required to report on what they are doing to address modern slavery in their business operations and supply chains under the Modern Slavery Act (Cth). You can view many of these statements on the Modern Slavery Registry.

There are also many useful online resources that can help you make informed purchasing decisions.

Good On You App helps you check on-the-go whether fashion brands have ethical policies regarding modern slavery and child labour.

Ethical Fashion Report by Baptist World Aid, to see whether brands are protecting their workers.

Alert: During March and April 2023 the volunteer enquiry form was not functioning correctly, and unfortunately we did not receive any volunteer enquiries that were made during this time. We apologise for this error and are very sorry if you sent us an enquiry that was not responded to. The issue has now been fixed and we are receiving the details submitted via the volunteer enquiry form, accessed via the ‘register your interest’ button below).


The support of volunteers is integral to our efforts to combat modern slavery and we are often looking for enthusiastic people to join our team of volunteers.

Why volunteer?

  • Contribute to our mission of ending modern slavery in Australia
  • Use your existing skills to contribute to a cause you’re passionate about
  • Learn new skills and refine other skills in a fast-paced, energetic environment
  • Work with passionate, like-minded people from diverse backgrounds
  • Gain valuable work experience
  • Develop your networks

By volunteering at Anti-Slavery Australia, you can make a vital contribution to our work and also gain experience, develop your skills and learn more about how we work to end modern slavery and support survivors in Australia.

Volunteer opportunities

Volunteers have the opportunity to contribute across all our diverse work areas, so there are opportunities for:

  • Solicitors and migration agents
  • Social media enthusiasts
  • Grant writers and fundraising professionals
  • Event planners
  • Graphic designers and marketing professionals
  • Educators and trainers
  • Photographers and videographers
  • Researchers
  • Students completing practical legal training

Volunteer Testimonies

But don’t just listen to us. Find out first-hand from Anti-Slavery volunteers.

“It was an absolute pleasure to work alongside you all at Anti-Slavery Australia and support the great work you all do. Most notably, it was an incredible opportunity to attend and participate in the Freedom Awards and also to assist in preparing ASA’s submissions for the NSW Modern Slavery Bill. Thank you for being wonderful and welcoming team members!”

Emily, student intern,

November 2019

“It has been a really great experience working with ASA and getting to know you all over the last 6 months. You are a wonderful group of people doing some pretty incredible work. It has been an eye opening experience and a real privilege to be able to assist in some small way with the work that ASA does.”

Matt, solicitor,

August 2019

“I am incredibly grateful for meeting every single one of you and still cannot believe I am leaving. I have learnt so much from all of you over the past year and I could not have asked for a more perfect way to undertake my practical legal training. Working at ASA has truly been one of my favourite experiences as part of completing my law degree, and after working here I literally do not want to work anywhere else.”

Christina, PLT student,

May 2019

For Corporates

We encourage businesses to join our fight against modern slavery in Australia and support our projects. Your organisation can be involved in many ways.

Corporate Partnership

Your business occupies a unique position of influence. A holistic corporate partnership with us allows you to harness that influence for good.

Partnerships with us are flexible, dynamic and tailored to your business. They range from a financial contribution to the development of new programs, events or educational tools. No matter what your specific partnership involves, you will have the full benefit of our leading national role in the anti-slavery movement in Australia.

Employee Giving

You can show a culture of commitment to ethical practices, by providing your staff with the opportunity donate to us through a dedicated employee giving program. Contact us to find out more about how your employees can make a pre-tax donation directly from their pay.

Donation Matching

Demonstrate you are willing to rise to the example set by others. Matching your employees’ donations is a powerful way to motivate action throughout all levels of your business.

Modern Slavery Training and Advisory

We can partner with you and our organisation on a range of modern slavery training and advisory services, including:

  • Elearning courses
  • Bespoke training for your organisation
  • Modern Slavery Act advisory services.

Event Sponsorship

We regularly host training, networking and fundraising events. You can become an event sponsor and gain exposure to community organisations and business stakeholders.

Pro Bono and In-Kind Support

Anti-Slavery Australia utilises an extensive pro bono lawyers network. Members range from lawyers at large commercial law firms, to sole practitioners and barristers. If you are a qualified legal professional or migration agent and would like to assist our work, contact us.

In-kind support is invaluable to us. By donating products or services, you make a direct and tangible difference. In addition, an experience with us is a rich opportunity for personal and professional development. Reach out today to discuss how your organisation can get involved.