Together Against Trafficking in Human Beings



  1. Experiences of forced labour among Chinese migrant workers

    Publication date: 01.11.2011

    experiences_of_forced_labour_among_chinese_migrant_workers.pdf Publications Tuesday, 1 November, 2011 United Kingdom Government Civil Society Report 2011 Labour exploitation Experiences_of_forced_labour_among_Chinese_migrant_workers experiences_of_forced_labour_among_chinese_migrant_workers.jpg ... Read more

  2. Trafficking for forced labour. How to monitor the recruitment of migrants

    Publication date: 11.10.2006

    on the issues of trafficking, forced labour and job placement systems. More specifically, it focuses on the recruitment of migrant workers into highly exploitative working situations that could amount to forced labour ... HowToMonitorTheRecruitmentOfMigrants how_to_monitor_the_recruitment_of_migrant_workers.jpg ... Read more

  3. Human trafficking for forced labour in Denmark?

    Publication date: 20.03.2013

    Migration and working conditions for a group of migrant workers employed in the cleaning industry, ... to establishing the extent to which these sectors make use of human trafficking for forced labour. The first ... as an interdisciplinary analysis of the topic of human trafficking for forced labour in Denmark. ... Read more

  4. Forced labour and UK immigration policy: status matters?

    Publication date: 12.10.2011

    the international migrants’ vulnerability to forced labour. Five broad categories of migrants have been identified: Asylum seekers and refugees, who enter the UK and make a claim for protection. Labour migrants, who ... the country for marriage or family reunification. forced_labour ... Read more

  5. How to Combat Forced Labour and Trafficking

    Publication date: 01.06.2010

    A "world forced-labour map" produced with the report shows the state of ratification of ILO Conventions 29 and 105 on forced labour, explains the most prevalent issues per region and highlights some of the trade union activities already undertaken to fight forced labour. The Global Trade Union Alliance, which ... Read more

  6. Forced labour: contemporary slavery in the UK

    Publication date: 16.04.2009

    research projects exploring the scope and experience of forced labour in the UK. Phase 2 will focus ... Joseph Rowntree Foundation, April 2009, 4 pages Although there is evidence of forced labour ... – there is a real need for more extensive and robust evidence. The programme “Forced labour: contemporary slavery ... Read more

  7. Sold to the sea

    Publication date: 29.05.2013

    in Thailand's fishing industry and documents the testimonies of Burmese workers, as young as 16, who were forced ... 59% of interviewed migrants trafficked aboard Thai fishing boats reported witnessing the murder of a fellow worker.   "This is not a European Commission publication. The European Commission ... Read more

  8. Domestic Workers Across the World: Global and regional statistics and the extent of legal protection

    Publication date: 09.01.2013

    estimates on domestic workers across the world. It shows that domestic workers represent a significant share of the labour force worldwide and that domestic work is an important source of wage employment for women, ... workers from key working conditions laws. In particular, it analyses how many domestic workers are covered ... Read more

  9. OSCE: Human Trafficking for Labour Exploitation/Forced and Bonded Labour: Identification- Prevention- Prosecution; and Prosecution of Offenders, Justice for Victims

    Publication date: 07.04.2010

    Wednesday, 7 April, 2010 International Organisation Prevention 2010 Labour exploitation OSCE_Exploitation_Identification_Prosecution osce_human_trafficking_for_labour_exploitation_forced_and_bonded_labour.jpg ... and Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings focuses on the specifics of labour exploitation. ... Read more

  10. The Gender Dimension of Domestic Work in Western Europe

    Publication date: 17.06.2009

    International Labour Organization, 2009, 103 pages The report recognizes that many domestic workers, especially irregular migrants, are particularly exposed to exploitation and abuse. It argues ... generally tends to allow domestic workers lower levels of protection and recognition of labour rights than ... Read more