Awareness raising campaign launched at Sydney’s Airport

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This pilot prevention initiative, dubbed Project Skywarp, is a partnership between the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and Anti-Slavery Australia (ASA), with the generous support of Sydney Airport. The project aims to raise awareness of forced marriage in the Australian community and where victims can get help, while bringing together government, advocacy and advice services, and corporate supporters who are united in the aim of eliminating all forms of human trafficking and modern slavery.

The posters encourage readers to learn more about forced marriage, helping them to understand that forcing someone into a non-consensual marriage is against the law in Australia. It also informs how to report information to the AFP, and encourages referrals to support services available through Anti-Slavery Australia’s My Blue Sky website.

Travelers passing through Sydney Airport over the next six months will see custom-designed posters across bathrooms in the Domestic and International terminals, as well as on key digital screens.

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