Claire Morse is currently the project officer at Project Paradigm and a sessional tutor at the University of the Sunshine Coast. She began her career as a Queensland Police Officer, with a strong focus on working with children, families and young people, domestic and family violence, and community policing. Claire transitioned across from policing to social work, working across several fields of practice with a special focus on working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and directly with clients, as well as in advocacy, policy and research.
Collective voices and coordinated action: how multi-agency collaborations can help tackle modern slavery
Modern slavery is a wicked problem for Australia—but effective coordination of the actors involved in prevention, law enforcement and victim protection can enable a more effective response.