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Does Queensland need a Modern Slavery Act?

The Foundation in collaboration with the Queensland Network to End Slavery and Trafficking, Freedom Hub, Queensland Human Rights Commission and others will explore the key issues with some of the leading experts in the field.

Queensland Parliament House

Thursday 25th July 2024 at 12.30 – 2pm

One of the key industrial relations issues of our times has been the way in which workers are hired and subsequently treated. It has led to workers not being remunerated, being in very unsafe work environments and unable to have control over their lives.  Surely a wealthy country like Australia and the state of Queensland can treat its citizens and workforce fairly or does it need an act of parliament to enshrine workers’ rights?

All welcome

This is a free event.

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