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Indigenous Australians and Human Trafficking

By Seth Daire

What is the experience of indigenous Australians (the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples) with human trafficking? Seth and JJ give some historical context, then JJ gives an overview of the types of slavery experienced by indigenous Australians in the past and present, and discusses vulnerabilities of these populations that are sometimes invisible. Sources: Australia's History, Tourism Australia Australia - History, Encyclopedia Britannica Indigenous Australians, Wikipedia Vulnerability of Indigenous Persons to Human Trafficking, US Department of State Impact of European settlement on Indigenous people, Skwirk Online Racism in Australia, Wikipedia Australia needs to own up to its slave history, The Sydney Morning Herald Bringing them home, Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Stolen Generations, Wikipedia Servant or Slave: Reshaping Australian history through a new lens, SBS Did legalised slavery exist in Australia?, SBS Blackbirding: Australia's history of luring, tricking and kidnapping Pacific Islanders, ABC 10 things you should know about slavery in Australia, NITV Was there ever Aboriginal slavery in Australia?, Creative Spirits Photo: Wikipedia

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