'Professionalism and passion with purpose'
ANDREA TOKAJI IS A TRAINED INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAWYER, FAMILY THERAPIST AND COUNSELLOR AND A NATIONALLY ACCREDITED MEDIATOR AND HUMAN RIGHTS CONSULTANT.
Andrea Tokaji Consulting provides human rights consultancy, personal and professional mediation services, legal and human rights training, consultancy in preventative practices and compliance consultancy to ensure the eradication of modern day slavery in supply chains and to ensure policy and practice consistency with Australia’s Modern Slavery Act 2018.
Andrea Tokaji is a PhD Candidate, Founder of the anti-trafficking NFP organisation Fighting for Justice Foundation and a thought leader in human rights, human trafficking, gender equality, women’s and children’s rights, and is passionate about restorative justice alternate therapeutic justice pathways and providing healthy pathways for both victim survivors of gender based and sexual crimes, and healthy restorative pathways to their perpetrators.
Andrea is a thought leader on several human rights matters and seeks to bring a holistic approach to her work, within a strong human rights and gender equal framework, and has been delivering educational seminars, training and speaking at national and international conferences since 2005. Andrea has extensive experience implementing government policy in complex portfolios of mental health, human rights, migration and trafficking from a high level strategic leadership level in both Australia’s Government and the United Nations
Collaborative human rights projects in australasia
Womens' and children's human rights advocate
International and national conference speaker on human trafficking
Legal training for law enforcement, ngos and organisations on slavery
Author and thought leader in human rights matters
Hundreds of individuals reached through legal advocacy training
Legislative and social reform influencer
Anti trafficking not for profit support and sponsorship
OUR OBJECTIVE IS TO:
1. IDENTIFY SLAVERY IN SUPPLY CHAINS
2. IMPLEMENT BEST PRACTICE
3. PROVIDE MEDIATION AND RESTORATIVE AND PREVENTATIVE PRACTICES
Our Vision is to encourage and develop prevention and restorative justice preferred alternatives to professional entities who prioritise preventative practices to ensure that modern day slavery is eradicated in their supply chains and that people are honoured with dignity, their rights are upheld and vulnerable women and girls are empowered and supported through therapeutic and restorative processes, and where perpetrators are supported to make healthy alternate choices.