Today, Anti-Slavery Australia is proud to launch our new free resources for community and frontline workers, as part of our Speak Now project.

These resources have been developed through extensive consultations with community and frontline workers, people with lived experience and subject matter experts across Australia.


Online course – ‘Modern Slavery in the Home’

Learn how modern slavery can take place in a home and between family members, including forced marriage, domestic servitude and human trafficking.

With interactive activities, expert interviews and case studies, this course covers:

  • What modern slavery in the home looks like
  • Who is at risk of modern slavery in the home
  • The different types of modern slavery in the home, including forced marriage, domestic servitude and human trafficking
  • Common signs and indicators
  • What to do if you come across a person affected by modern slavery
  • Referral options for people affected by modern slavery.

This is a free, online, self-paced course and takes approximately 30-45 minutes to complete.

Enrol now on UTS Open.



Frontline Worker Guide: Identifying and Responding to Forced Marriage in Australia

This comprehensive digital guide provides practical guidance for community and frontline workers on:

  • What forced marriage is
  • Good practice principles
  • How to identify forced marriage
  • How to respond to forced marriage and support those at-risk

Read the guide now.


The Speak Now project was funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services under the National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children 2010–2022.