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National Action Plan to Combat Modern Slavery 2020–25 Grant Program – Round One
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The National Security and Criminal Justice Program: National Action Plan to Combat Modern Slavery 2020–25 Grant Program (the program) provides grants to civil society, business and industry groups, and academia to deliver community based projects to combat modern slavery in Australia and research to support evidence-based policy on modern slavery in Australia.
The program will support the implementation of Australia’s National Action Plan to Combat Modern Slavery 2020–25 (the National Action Plan) and sits within the Department of Home Affairs Portfolio’s Outcome 1 (Program 1.7 National Security and Criminal Justice), which is focused on the protection of Australia’s sovereignty, security and safety.
The National Action Plan provides the strategic framework for Australia’s response to modern slavery over the next 5 years and is guided by 5 National Strategic Priorities:
• disrupt, investigate and prosecute
• support and protect
The program will comprise of 2 multi-year grant opportunities. The Australian Government has invited select organisations to participate under Round One through a targeted competitive process. Round One will provide $1.7 million in grant funding over a 2 year period.
Reflecting priorities and actions set out under the National Action Plan, this grant round has 4 streams:
• modern slavery in Australia and the global supply chains of Australian businesses
• criminal labour exploitation
• forced marriage
To be eligible to receive a grant, you must be one of the organisations listed in the Grant Opportunity Guidelines and have received an invitation to apply through GrantConnect.
By invitation only