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The Freedom Hub

Ethical Business Network Breakfast

Wed 3rd Apr, 8:00 am - 9:30 am + 9 more

Price

FREE

FREE

The Freedom Hub

Ethical Business Network Breakfast

Date and Time

Wed 3rd Apr, 8:00 am - 9:30 am

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Location

The Freedom Hub GC Cafe
Shop 7/2 Fifth Ave, Palm Beach QLD 4221, Australia

Event description

Australia has a new Modern Slavery Act that requires large businesses to report on the risk of slavery in their supply chains. 

As a leading organisation in fighting modern slavery we will be hosting a monthly breakfast for small business owners who want to make the most of this new market opportunity, work toward having clean supply chains, and pitching to large businesses who now need to report by law.

This months speaker is the founder of the Freedom Hub, Sally Irwin who will explain how the new legislation impacts small business.

This 'bookings only' group will suit people who are already seeking sustainability and ethical practices in business.

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The Freedom Hub

CONTACT ORGANISERVIEW PROFILE

The Freedom Hub exists to help people who have experienced human trafficking and slavery within Australia. Our survivors are predominantly women however this crime is also experienced by men. Sadly some survivors are children. At the Freedom Hub we run a Survivor School for rehabilitation, training and education. Through one-to-one mentoring, encouragement and supported learning, survivors can learn faster, feel valued, and re-establish trust. We collaborate with business partners, including offering employment opportunities for survivors, to help end this crime. We run a Cafe and Event Hire Venue to help raise funds and a slave free retail range for shopping. Our stunning warehouse venue is extremely popular for ethical weddings, engagements and parties. All profits support the Survivor School and cause. The Freedom Hub has generous benefactors, however ongoing additional funding is always vital to combat this crime.