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Millions of children are trafficked globally each year, many for the purpose of child prostitution. At Project Karma, the sense of responsibility we feel toward our most vulnerable does not stop at our own borders.

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Project Karma is a not-for-profit charity comprised of Australian and foreign law enforcement officers, investigators, operatives and other volunteers to combat the sexual exploitation of children throughout South East Asia.

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Project Karma

A Registered Australian Charity Bringing Child Sex Exploitation Offenders to Justice in SE Asia & Rescuing Children from Human Trafficking for Prostitution
Project Karma
Project Karma
Here is the summary of the new amendments to Federal legislation that were announced on the 17th of June this year.
We are extremely happy to see many years of advocating for these changes to finally materialise.
Congratulations to all NGO’s involved in pushing so hard for so long – a particular mention goes to International Justice Mission, Act for Kids and Daniel Morcombe Foundation.
The focus MUST now fall upon our Australian State and Territory Governments to take similar legislative measures in order for this initiative to be all encompassing in protecting children overseas and here in Australia.
We will continue to advocate for such changes.
Project Karma
Project Karma
An important message from the Prime Minister of Australia

On behalf of vulnerable children in Australia and around the world, we thank Scott Morrison (ScoMo), Peter Dutton, Christian Porter and the Liberal Party of Australia for ‘sticking the course’ on this legislation.

The Australian Government has really taken huge steps over the last 5 years (coincidently) since our arrival in the Anti Child Sexual Exploitation sphere and we are extremely proud of the influence that our organisation has played in the advocacy for creation of these policies in Australia, just as we were involved in the initial stage of Derryn Hinch’s Justice Party’s efforts with the Federal Government in 2016 to create the new overseas travel ban law for registered child sex offenders.

We continue to advocate for better laws and policies around Australia and internationally.

This work goes largely unnoticed and unpublicised, until announcements such as these are made.

Your donations help us to continue that fight.

Changing laws, or influencing the changing of laws is often a slow process in patience and commitment, but the positive change is long lasting and these new laws will serve to protect generations of children from these crimes.

Please consider donating to our organisation to help us keep fighting for better laws to protect kids – www.projectkarma.org.au/support-us

Our founder, Glen Hulley continues to meet with politicians, diplomats and government advisers on these matters and we offer an open invitation to any government officials or MP’s wishing to meet with him and discuss these issues further – more still needs to be done.
Project Karma
Scott Morrison (ScoMo)
Last year, 39% of convicted child sex offenders did not spend one day in jail. That’s just not ok, not even close. These offenders are the lowest of the low. For nearly three years we have been fighting to introduce mandatory sentencing for child sex offenders, against the opposition of Labor and the Greens. This week we finally prevailed, forcing Labor to backdown and our Government passed important new laws to ensure child sex offenders go to jail for at least a mandatory minimum sentence. This is going to help keep our kids safe and give our Police and prosecutors the strong laws they need to put these grubs away.
Project Karma
Project Karma
There are now some great resources available to parents, teachers and care givers that provide education to better protect our children online.
The last 2 years has seen major inroads by the Office of the eSafety Commissioner, the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation and the Australian Federal Police in developing and providing proactive/preventative strategies, in partnership with non government organisations, to broadly improve the safety of children online in Australia.
We highly recommend visiting www.playingitsafe.org.au with your child today.
Project Karma
Project Karma
Important legislation has just passed through the Senate today with 44 votes to 8, after initially not passing the night before, tied at 31-31.
As ex Senator Derryn Hinch posted, “It should have been 62-0.”
Congratulations to Peter Dutton, Christian Porter and Scott Morrison (ScoMo) for not backing down.
This legislation will prescribe mandatory sentences for child sex offenders, it will make it harder for those charged with these crimes to be granted bail and it provides greater protection for child witnesses during the court process.
This is something that we have been lobbying for a number of years, however, this legislation only applies to offenders charged under Federal law.
Most child sex crimes are investigated and charged by State police, then dealt with by State courts, under State legislation.
The next step we will continue lobbying for is to see ALL Australian States and Territory Governments unite in emulating this Federal legislation at State/Territory level.
Dan Andrews, we would love to see Victoria lead the way on this – James Merlino Jill Hennessy MP
We will continue advocating these changes until it is done.
Project Karma
Project Karma
More and more are now getting caught for these crimes.
These people have been able to hide in the dark corners for a long time, but now the noose is tightening.
The tide is turning.
The collective efforts of multi jurisdictional collaborations between law enforcement agencies, government departments, non-government organisations and private sector IT companies has culminated over the last 4 years in completely changing the landscape with regard to the detection, disruption and deterrent of online child sexual exploitation.
Congratulations once again to the Australian Federal Police on another successful investigation, but also as being one of the leading law enforcement agencies worldwide, as a driver of this massive global change.
The Australian Government, largely under the direction of Home Affairs Minister, Peter Dutton MP, has invested significant funding and dedicated resources such as the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation, along with many proposed legislative changes, that are certain to better protect children both abroad and within Australia from these horrific crimes.
We are all now seeing the dividends of such initiatives.
Prepare to be shocked as the full scale of these crimes begin to emerge over the coming 12 months.
Project Karma
Australian Federal Police
The AFP has arrested a 68-year-old NSW man for alleged crimes of which no child in the world should have to be a victim. The man is due to face court today for the possession and transmission of extreme child abuse material – the most serious category of this type of offending – described as involving the torture and sexual abuse of children. The AFP investigation began following reports from overseas of an Australian internet user allegedly uploading the material. Police allege the man obtained the material on the dark web. The arrest is an example that the AFP and our partners stand ready to make sure the alleged perpetrators of crimes online face consequences in the real world. If you suspect a child is in immediate danger, call ‘000’ or your local police. Members of the public who have any information about people involved in child abuse and exploitation are urged to call Crime stoppers on 1800 333 000, or make a report online to the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation via the Report Abuse button at www.accce.gov.au/report.
Project Karma
Project Karma
As a Facebook Safety Trusted Partner Organisation and vocal advocate of such collaboration for a number of years, we are extremely happy to see the WeProtect Global Alliance strategies stepping up and taking shape.
The tide is turning.