Together Against Trafficking in Human Beings

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  1. Labour exploitation in Europe

    Publication date: 10.10.2010

    October, 2010 Guidelines 2010 Labour exploitation Labour_exploitation_in_Europe ... investigation and prosecution of labour exploitation October 2010, 125 pages The publication offers insight ... of labour exploitation, thus identifying and assessing the gap between (inter)national legislation on human ...Read More

  2. Challenges Facing Legal Responses to Human Trafficking for Labour Exploitation in the OSCE Region

    Publication date: 31.10.2006

    obligations to end trafficking for labour exploitation. The Paper highlights some of the technical or legal ... in Persons High-Level Conference Human Trafficking for Labour Exploitation/Forced and Bonded Labour ... osce_paper_on_legal_challenges_to_prosecute_trafficking_en.pdf Publications Tuesday, 31 October, 2006 International Organisation Victims 2006 Labour exploitation ...Read More

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  3. More trafficking less trafficked. Trafficking for Exploitation outside the sex sector in Europe

    Publication date: 19.12.2011

    especially in Europe, a growing attention to what is termed as ‘trafficking for labour exploitation ... such as ‘trafficking for labour exploitation’ and ‘trafficking for sexual exploitation’ could prove to be helpful. more_trafficking_less_trafficked.pdf Publications Monday, 19 December, 2011 2011 Labour exploitation More_trafficking_less_trafficked ...Read More

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  4. Forced labour and trafficking in Europe: how people are trapped in, live through and come out

    Publication date: 31.05.2008

    ilo_forced_labour_and_trafficking_in_europe_en.pdf Publications Saturday, 31 May, 2008 International Organisation 2008 Sexual exploitation Labour exploitation Forced_labour_and_trafficking_in_Europe forced_labour_and_trafficking_in_europe_how_people_are_trapped_in_live_through_and_come_out.jpg ...Read More

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  5. Managing the risk of hidden forced labour – a guide for companies and employers

    Publication date: 18.12.2015

    December, 2015 Guidelines 2015 Labour exploitation 1 ... guide for companies and employers risking to become associated with forced labour and severe labour exploitation. The guidelines have been prepared in consultation with a number of different stakeholders ...Read More

  6. 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

    and Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings focuses on the specifics of labour exploitation ... 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 ...Read More

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  7. Tripartite Meeting of Experts on Forced Labour and Trafficking for Labour Exploitation

    Publication date: 14.02.2013

    ; victim protection, including compensation; and trafficking for labour exploitation. The report also ... tripartite_meeting_of_experts_on_forced_labour_and_trafficking_for_labour_exploitation.pdf Publications Thursday, 14 February, 2013 Victims 2013 Tripartite_ILO ... International Labour Organization 2013, February 2013, 57 pages  This report presents an overview ...Read More

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  8. Experiences of forced labour among Chinese migrant workers

    Publication date: 01.11.2011

    workers in the UK, focusing on forced labour and exploitation, the role of family and social ... unions and employers to tackle forced labour and exploitative working conditions. ... exploitation Experiences_of_forced_labour ...Read More

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

    Publication date: 12.10.2011

    _and_uk_immigration_policy._status_matters.pdf Publications Wednesday, 12 October, 2011 United Kingdom 2011 Labour exploitation ... 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 ...Read More

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  10. How to Combat Forced Labour and Trafficking

    Publication date: 01.06.2010

    exploitation Domestic servitude How_to_Combat_Forced_Labour ... of the most prevalent and severe forms of the practice, ranging from bonded labour in Nepal, child trafficking in West Africa and severe exploitation of farm workers in Italy.  It points to the hidden and isolated ...Read More

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