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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Without Rules: A Failed Approach to Corporate Accountability
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Many global businesses are run with consideration for the well-being of the people whose lives they touch. But others—whether through incompetence or by design— seriously harm the communities around them, their workers, and even the governments...Read More

National Hotline 2018 Idaho State Report
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The data in this report represents signals and cases from January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018 and is accurate as of July 25, 2019. Cases of trafficking may be ongoing or new information may revealed to the National Hotline over time. Consequen...Read More

Opportunity Knocks: improving responses to labour exploitation with secure reporting
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The research examines the practices and policies of labour inspectorates and the Metropolitan Police and their relationship with the Home Office’s Immigration Enforcement team. Findings are based on these agencies engagement with immigration enfor...Read More

Precarious journeys: Mapping vulnerabilities of victims of trafficking from Vietnam to the UK via Europe
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New research by ECPAT UK, Anti-Slavery International and Pacific Links Foundation traces the journeys made by Vietnamese children and adults migrating irregularly from Vietnam to the UK via Europe. The report, Precarious Journeys: Mapping Vulnerabi...Read More