People trafficking and slavery are some of the fastest growing criminal activities in the world. It includes forced labour, servitude, forced prostitution or sexual servitude, forced marriage, and debt bondage. This inquiry investigates the extent of slavery and people trafficking in Australia, as well as current efforts and international best practice in addressing these crimes and supporting and protecting victims. This report presents the findings and recommendations of the inquiry.
2. Definitions of slavery, slavery-like practices and people trafficking
3. Current extent of slavery and people trafficking in Australia
4. Australia's response to people trafficking
5. Support for victims of trafficking and slavery
6. Exploitation in product supply chains
7. Community perceptions on international best practice
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