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Modern Slavery

These programs support, prevent, and educate young people experiencing, or vulnerable to forced marriage. They focus on assisting survivors of forced marriage and other modern slavery and slavery-like practices. 

Honour My Choice – Prevention program for survivors of forced marriage and other types of modern slavery

The Honour My Choice program is a government-funded initiative delivered Australia-wide.

This is a community-based program that is designed to combat modern slavery in Australia. 

This program provides education to schools and the community around the issues of forced marriage, modern slavery and other slavery-like practices affecting children, young people and young adults.

The program includes education, workshops, case management and a pathway to a new life.

A New Pathway – An accommodation program offering crisis response and community integration

This accommodation program offers crisis response and community integration, tailored to young people aged 16 to 21 who are victims/survivors of forced marriage. 

The service ensures flexibility where case managers are not time-restricted and can offer intensive support on a daily basis using concrete and practical support tools. This approach to support facilitates collaboration on goal selection and attainment, developing a strong working relationship with the young person and all relevant services. 

There is a particular focus upon independent living skills and ensuring young people remain connected to culture.

Honour My Choice - Booklet 

Honour My Choice - Leaflet 

Honour My Choice - School Service Booklet 

Honour My Choice - School Service Leaflet