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Nearly 700 Child Soldiers Freed in South Sudan

Thursday, February 8, 2018

The first of 700 child soldiers caught up in the conflict in South Sudan have been released today in a major breakthrough for World Vision’s reunification and reintegration work in the troubled African state.

World Vision urges churches to take stock to end human trafficking and child labour

Thursday, October 15, 2015

World Vision Australia has launched a practical guide to ethical purchasing to help Australian churches make better choices about the everyday products they purchase to reduce the demand for human trafficking.

Limited understanding of child sexual abuse in the South-East Asia puts children at risk

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Children in South-East Asia are at greater risk of being sexually abused because of their communities’ limited understanding of what constitutes child abuse, a new report by World Vision revealed today.

Trafficking advocacy in the spotlight with Freedom Award

Thursday, October 17, 2013

World Vision’s renowned anti-trafficking and slavery expert Melissa Stewart has been honoured with a Freedom Award from Anti-Slavery Australia.

World Vision welcomes PM’s anti-slavery commitment

Friday, March 8, 2013

After years of lobbying the government to change the Commonwealth procurement laws to eradicate modern slavery from the supply chain, World Vision today welcomes the Prime Minister's commitment to that process.

International slavery report recognises Asia-Pacific projects, but millions still vulnerable

Thursday, June 21, 2012

The aid and development organisation congratulated the Australian Government on its efforts to fight human trafficking following the release of the 2012 Trafficking in Person (TIP) Report in Washington D.C. yesterday.