Together Against Trafficking in Human Beings

Labour exploitation

Labour exploitation

Training manual to fight trafficking in children for labour, sexual and other forms of exploitation

ILO/UNICEF/UN-GIFT, 2009

This training manual – developed by ILO and UNICEF under the UN Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking –aims to aid governments, workers, employers, international, and non-governmental organisations that combat trafficking in children for labour, sexual and other exploitation. The manual consist of the following five handbooks:

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Slavery at sea

The continued plight of trafficked migrants in Thailand’s fishing industry

Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF), 2014, 40 pages

Slavery at Sea: The Continued Plight of Trafficked Migrants in Thailand's Fishing Industry reveals new evidence of human trafficking and the routine use of violence in the Thai fishing industry and inaction on the part of the Government to identify and prosecute criminals, corrupt officials and unscrupulous business operators, or to enforce measures to regulate fishing fleets and recruitment practices.

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Sold to the sea

Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF), 2013, 17 pages

Sold to the Sea: Human Trafficking in Thailand's Fishing Industry exposes severe human rights abuses associated with human trafficking in Thailand's fishing industry and documents the testimonies of Burmese workers, as young as 16, who were forced onto fishing vessels for many months and subjected to arduous, often violent, working conditions without pay.

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FLEX - Trafficking for Forced Labour and Labour Exploitation

Trafficking for Forced Labour and Labour Exploitation (FLEX) - towards Increased Knowledge, Cooperation and Exchange of Information in Estonia, Finland and Poland

Reference
ISEC/2009/AG/51

Promoter
European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control, affiliated with the United Nations (HEUNI)

Budget
117 000€ (82 000€ of EU support)

Timeframe
From October 2009 to February 2011

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Going Back - Moving On: Economic and Social Empowerment of Migrants Including Victims of Trafficking Returned from the EU Countries

Budget Line

DCI-MIGR 2008/153-312 - Thematic Program for Migration and Asylum

Countries/Regions –

Thailand, Philippines

Main Implementing Partner

International Labour Organisation (ILO), Italy

Budget

2.200.000€ (1.750.000 € of EU contribution)

Timeframe

2009-2012

Partners

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Migration Management Capacity Building in Israel: Supporting Effective Mechanisms to Combat Trafficking for Forced Labour and Protect Refugees

Reference

DCI-MIGR 2008/153-402 - Thematic Program for Migration and Asylum

Countries/Regions

Israel

Promoter

Center for International Migration and Integration

Budget

626.000€ (500.000€ of EU support)

Timeframe

From 16/01/2009-15/04/2012

Partners

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Combating Trafficking in Woman for Labour Exploitation in Domestic Work

Reference

HOME/2012/ISEC/AG/TH/B/4000003900

Promoter

EDEX-Educational Excellence Corporation Limited (University of Nicosia)(CY)

Budget

420.105€ (maximum EU grant – 378.095€)

Timeframe

24 months 

Partners

Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies (CY); SURT (ES); Women's information Centre (LT); Panteion University (EL);

Objectives and results

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Improving Coordination and Accountability towards Romanian Unaccompanied Minors Safety

Reference

HOME/2012/ISEC/AG/TH/B/4000003898

Promoter

TERRE DES HOMMES FOUNDATION (RO)

Budget

337.483€ (maximum EU grant – 303.735€)

Timeframe

20 months 

Partners

Terres des homes Foundation "lausane" in Hungary (HU); Counter Human Trafficking Bureau (CHTB) (UK).

Objectives

This project addresses the trafficking chain that takes roots in rural counties of Southern Romania and reaches major cities in the UK.

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