My Blue Sky and Anti-Slavery Australia

Launched in December 2015, My Blue Sky is Australia’s dedicated forced marriage portal providing information, support and legal advice to people in or at risk of forced marriages.

My Blue Sky is managed by Anti-Slavery Australia, a legal, research and policy centre at the University of Technology Sydney. For over 17 years, Anti-Slavery Australia has been providing specialist legal advice to people experiencing all forms of modern slavery including forced marriage; carrying out leading research and advocacy informed by the experiences of our clients and carrying; and delivering education and training to students, educators, community, government and business, modern slavery across Australia.

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1. We provide free and confidential legal advice to people in or at risk of forced marriage.

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2. We refer people to counsellors, accommodation services, health workers and other support services

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3. We visit schools and workplaces to raise awareness about forced marriage.

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4. We provide training sessions about forced marriage both in person and online.

We provide access to legal advice

We provide free legal and migration advice to people in or at risk of all forms of modern slavery in Australia, including forced marriage.

Since 2003, we have assisted hundreds of people across every state and territory in Australia, who have been trafficked, enslaved or forced to marry in Australia. Through our holistic, person-centred approach, we help people navigate the legal process including providing advice and assistance on immigration, citizenship, employment law, family law, criminal law and victims’ compensation.

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Our work

My Blue Sky was established through seed funding from the Australian Government.

How to contact us

For free confidential help about forced marriage call us on (02) 9514 8115. You can also email us at help@mybluesky.org.au or send an SMS to 0481 070 844

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