International Labour Office, 2006, 99 pages
This training manual aims to raise awareness amongst labour inspectors, police, government officials, employers’ organizations, trade unions, and others, 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.
The manual aims both to inform and guide on action. It provides information on abusive recruitment practices and trafficking as well as the socio-economic factors that facilitate the incidence of trafficking.
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