Human Trafficking and Slavery
Jack and Matthew, St Luke’s Grammar School Dee Why
The students share $700 cash and the school receives $700 to spend on social justice resources or to donate to a charity addressing social justice in Australia.
The Lucky Country
Ava, Jeremy, Ellen, Danielle, Nathan, Mt Lilydale Mercy College Victoria
The students share $350 cash and the school receives $350 to spend on social justice resources or to donate to a charity addressing social justice in Australia.
3rd Place – Joint Prize Winners
What am I to you?
Molly and Adelaide, Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College
Alex and Inez, Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College
Each group receives $100 to share and the school receives $200 to spend on social justice resources or to donate to a charity addressing social justice in Australia.
The day of a slave
Alice and Meg, Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College
Sarah, Claire, Ella and Chloe, Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College
- Good Samaritan Catholic College The Good Samaritan Project, Angelina and Mary-Joe
- John Therry High Catholic High School Special Report Emily, Kaitlin and Chloe
- Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College:
- Idesah’s Story, Kate, Frederique and Charlotte
- Domestic Servitude, Olivia, Angela and Olivia
- The difference of two worlds, Tamara, Emily, Rose and Elliana
- Human trafficking in domestic servitude in Australia, Kate, Elena, Olivia and Holly
- Human Trafficking, Jessica, Jen, Olivia, Christine and Caroline
- Behind Closed Doors, Kathryn, Ashley, Isabella and Philippa
With thanks to our guest judges:
- Professor Jennifer Burn Director, Anti Slavery Australia
- Ms Margaret Benjafield Board Member, Mercy Foundation
Ms Felicity Reynolds CEO, Mercy Foundation and Ms Sue Mowbray Manager, Projects and Communications Mercy Foundation were also on the judging panel.
The Mercy Foundation sincerely thanks Professor Jennifer Burn for being a guest judge on the panel this year. Professor Burn is an Australian expert and leader in the field of anti-trafficking and anti-slavery.
We are also very grateful to Ms Laura Vidal from the Freedom Partnership – End Modern Slavery for her assistance and input in preparing the competition details.
We would also like to thank all the students who submitted videos to the competition. Your tremendous efforts, your interest in social justice issues and the action you took to raise awareness about human trafficking and slavery by creating a video is appreciated and commended.