This Occasional Paper presents an analysis of labour trafficking in agriculture, which, according to the International Labour Organization (ILO), employs over one billion people around the world. Agriculture is the second largest employment sector, especially for women and youth. This thorough analysis of the current challenges within the agricultural sector aims to assist participating States, policymakers and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to identify the structural issues and deficits of this sector that cause or exacerbate worker’s vulnerability, in order to better address them in a systemic way. It sheds light on a sector in which workers are commonly exploited, but are often out of sight.

A Summary of Challenges on Addressing Human Trafficking for Labour Exploitation in the Agricultural Sector in the OSCE Region - OSCE, 2009 DOWNLOAD

post

page

attachment

revision

nav_menu_item

custom_css

customize_changeset

oembed_cache

user_request

wp_block

acf-field-group

acf-field

ai1ec_event

National Hotline 2019 Idaho State Report
Graphics & InfographicsPublications

The data in this report represents signals and cases from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019 and is accurate as of July 30, 2020. Cases of trafficking may be ongoing or new information may revealed to the National Hotline over time. Consequen...Read More

COVID-19: Access Challenges and the Implications of Border Restrictions
COVID-19 resourcesPublications

The COVID-19 pandemic has required States to implement exceptional measures to curb the spread of the virus and to protect public health. While border restrictions or closure may be justified, exceptions are needed to safeguard basic rights, includi...Read More

Situational Assessment of Labor Migrants in Asia: Needs and Knowledge During COVID-19
COVID-19 resourcesPublications

Series Brief 1: Cambodia (June 2020) Between the months of February and May 2020, more than 90,000 labor migrants returned to Cambodia as the Covid-19 pandemic caused mass business and industry closures in destination countries such as neighborin...Read More

TAGS: Asia
Reality Behind Brands’ CSR Hypocrisy: An Investigative Report on China Suppliers of ZARA, H&M, and GAP
Publications

In the spring of 2015 and 2016, SACOM conducted undercover investigations inside four of Zara, H&M, and GAP’s supplier factories in China. Despite three brands’ CSR policies appear to be comprehensive and enable them to proclaim ethical, SA...Read More