Request for information on child, early and forced marriage



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Support for victims

Australia provides a comprehensive range of support services for suspected victims of human trafficking, slavery and slavery-like practices, such as forced marriage, through the Support for Trafficked People Program (the Support Program). Possible victims are referred to the Australian Federal Police (AFP) for assessment and, where appropriate, entry to the Support Program. Where the victim is a minor themselves, he or she would also be referred to the relevant State or Territory child protection authority for appropriate assistance.

Through the Support Program clients have access to a range of support services, including suitable accommodation, financial assistance, legal and migration advice, medical treatment, counselling, skills development training, social support and access to legal and migration advice. As of 1 November 2013, no victims of early or forced marriage had been referred to the Support Program.


Directory: Documents -> Issues -> Women -> WRGS -> ForcedMarriage
ForcedMarriage -> Home Office Consultation (December 2011) on the Criminalisation of Forced Marriage Response by Southall Black Sisters March 2012
WRGS -> Submission to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (ohchr) report on Child, Early and Forced marriage
ForcedMarriage -> Forced marriage in england and wales: challenges, achievements, best practices and implementation gaps
ForcedMarriage -> Information on practice in the Republic of Latvia1
WRGS -> Canadian efforts to address child, early and forced marriage Report for the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights on progress towards ending child, early and forced marriage worldwide
ForcedMarriage -> Canadian efforts to address child, early and forced marriage December 2013 Context A. Shared Responsibilities


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