This report offers seven recommendations, such as developing incentives for businesses to thoroughly and continually monitor their supply chains for the use of child labour and forced labour, and to share best practices. It also recommends the Government of Canada develop legislative and policy initiatives that require transparency and motivate businesses to eliminate the use of any form of child labour in their global supply chain, similar to legislation in other jurisdictions

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Regulation of Child Online Sexual Abuse: Legal Analysis of International Laws & Comparative Legal Analysis
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This research study addresses legal issues around child online protection and the herewith related risk of becoming a victim of online sexual exploitation, in particular child pornography or online grooming.  It serves as a supplementary gui...Read More

Antislavery in Domestic Legislation Country Reports
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Research and analysis conducted by Katarina Schwarz (University of Nottingham) and Jean Allain (Monash University). To assess the extent to which slavery and related forms of human exploitation have been prohibited in domestic law, this project ...Read More

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United States Advisory Council on Human Trafficking Annual Report, 2017
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This report acknowledges federal agencies’ efforts to implement recommendations provided in the United States Advisory Council on Human Trafficking Annual Report 2016, and includes key takeaways from the Council’s two regional trips, and the wor...Read More

Exposing the Hidden Victims of COVID-19
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The COVID-19 pandemic is exposing just how fragile the protection and prevention framework on modern slavery is, despite progress in recent years resulting from a new focus, marked particularly by a drive toward national anti-slavery legislation. ...Read More