COVID-19 is a test of societies, of governments, of communities and of individuals. It is a time for solidarity and cooperation to tackle the virus, and to mitigate the effects, often unintended, of measures designed to halt the spread of COVID-19. Respect for human rights across the spectrum, including economic, social, cultural, and civil and political rights, will be fundamental to the success of the public health response and recovery from the pandemic. Available in French, Russian, and Spanish. (see below)

COVID-19 Guidance - United Nations Human Rights, 2020 DOWNLOAD
Directrices Relativas a la COVID-19 DOWNLOAD
Principes Directeurs Concernant la COVID-19 DOWNLOAD
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Baseline Assessment: Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Related to Child Trafficking and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in West Bengal
Guidance

Seefar and My Choices Foundation (MCF) are testing interventions that can help reduce the prevalence of Child Trafficking (CT) and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) among 12–18-year-olds in 3 targeted districts of We...Read More

Overview of Government Response to Ensure Safety and Wellbeing of Migrant Workers Affected by The COVID-19 Outbreak
COVID-19 resources

The COVID-19 pandemic poses significant challenges to governments, societies, businesses and individuals. As the outbreak worsens, migrant workers as a vulnerable group in international supply chains face increased health risks due to lack of health...Read More

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The role of social protection in the elimination of child labour: Evidence review and policy implications
Guidance

At the beginning of 2020 1 in 10 children aged 5 and over were involved in child labour worldwide – equating to an estimated 160 million children, or 63 million girls and 97 million boys. Despite significant progress in reducing child labour in th...Read More

Fashioning a beautiful future? Supporting workers and addressing labour exploitation in Leicester’s textile and garment industry
Guidance

This report presents the results of a four-month research study into systemic and locality based factors underpinning labour exploitation within Leicester’s Garment and Textile industry, with particular emphasis on the perspective of frontline wor...Read More