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COMPENDIUM OF MODERN SLAVERY STATEMENTS 2020 — AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC ANTI-SLAVERY NETWORK

COMPENDIUM OF MODERN SLAVERY STATEMENTS 2020 — AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC ANTI-SLAVERY NETWORK
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Australian Catholic Bishops Conference President
ACAN has been endorsed by the Most Rev Mark Coleridge, Archbishop of Brisbane, President of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference .

In a mes­sage to Net­work par­tic­i­pants, the Arch­bish­op Coleridge said:

“The for­ma­tion of the Aus­tralian Catholic Anti­slav­ery Net­work (ACAN) is a major achieve­ment with­in the Church in Aus­tralia and far beyond. ACAN has done much in a short time, work­ing to ensure a high lev­el of coop­er­a­tion and coor­di­na­tion among Aus­tralian Catholic enti­ties in dio­ce­ses, as well as edu­ca­tion, health and aged care, wel­fare, finance and invest­ment in response to the Mod­ern Slav­ery Act.

Catholic enti­ties par­tic­i­pat­ing in ACAN are strong­ly posi­tioned to respond effec­tive­ly to the statu­to­ry require­ments in the Mod­ern Slav­ery Act with a com­pre­hen­sive risk man­age­ment pro­gram. The Mod­ern Slav­ery State­ments of Catholic enti­ties will also form a com­pendi­um of Catholic prin­ci­ples and action for the advance­ment of human dig­ni­ty and the com­mon good.

Aus­tralia can be a lead­ing force in the Catholic world in seek­ing to erad­i­cate mod­ern slav­ery, human traf­fick­ing and forced labour. That is the pur­pose of the Sus­tain­able Devel­op­ment Goal (SDG) 8.7, which was inspired by Pope Francis.”

The full mes­sage can be accessed here.
“Aus­tralia can be a lead­ing force in the Catholic world in seek­ing to erad­i­cate mod­ern slav­ery, human traf­fick­ing and forced labour. “
Most Rev Mark Coleridge, Arch­bish­op of Bris­bane, Pres­i­dent, Aus­tralian Catholic Bish­ops Con­fer­ence. April 2020

Click here to access the Aus­tralian Catholic Anti­slav­ery Net­work (ACAN) website.

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