Awareness and education are critical to preventing human trafficking in the countries ZOE works in. That’s why our ZOE Australia team recently partnered with our Thailand teams to educate groups of st
- Human trafficking and other forms of modern slavery are often described as issues that are hidden in plain sight. Due to the veiled nature of these types of exploitation, identifying victims in Australia proves difficult.
- It is estimated that currently only 1 in 5 victims of human trafficking and modern slavery are identified in Australia. This under-detection presents a significant problem in finding and supporting trafficking victims in Australia, as well as to understanding the full extent of the problem.
- According to the 2021 Trafficking in Persons report, Australia is a destination country for human trafficking. This means that individuals are trafficked into Australia from overseas for the purpose of exploitation. The report lists Australia as a Tier One country in it’s response to trafficking; Australia fully meets the minimum requirements to address human trafficking.
- Traffickers in Australia primarily exploit women and men in forced labour, and to a lesser extent, women and girls in sex trafficking. Traffickers exploit a small number of children, primarily teenage Australian and foreign girls, in sex trafficking within the country.
Our Current Work in Australia
ZOE Australia has financial partners that help fund projects, programs, and activities within all the areas of: Prevention, Rescue, and Restoration around the globe. To visit our Australian website click here
Awareness and Education
Raising awareness through the media, entertainment industry, influential voices, speaking engagements, and internet communities, and encouraging university and high school involvement
Human Trafficking Curriculum
ZOE Foundation Australia teamed up with accomplished curriculum writer Mark Easton, to develop a set of six lesson plans which is now being used in schools in Australia to teach 10th grade students about child trafficking and the ways in which organizations and individuals are responding.
Funding ZOE’s Rescue facilities and projects around the world.
ZOE helps to restore the lives of human trafficking survivors
Our Australian Missionaries & Staff
Director & CEO of Australia
Education & Communications Manager
Development and Advocacy Coordinator
In Australia, it is estimated that for every victim of modern slavery who is detected, four victims go undetected. In addition to this, the number of cases involving children reported is low when comp
Australians Respond to Modern-day Slavery
ZOE Australia has been working hard to communicate that awareness, education, and support make a difference in seeing children rescued, loved, restored, and healed! “Our Pathways to Preventing Child T
The Fight In Australia
ZOE’s work in Australia to prevent, educate, and bring awareness to trafficking continues. Although the corona virus has affected the movement of our team, and restricted school, church, and small gro