The decision calls on OSCE participating States to:
• Consider ensuring that contractors who knowingly use subcontractors involved in traf-
ficking for labour exploitation can be held accountable for that crime;
• Develop programmes to curb the fraudulent recruitment used by some employment
agencies that can make persons more vulnerable to being trafficked;
• Ensure effective sanctions when employers or recruitment agencies create situations
of debt bondage; and
• Ensure effective complaint procedures where individuals can report in a confidential
manner circumstances that might be indicative of trafficking for labour exploitation, such as exploitative working and living conditions.

Decision No. 8/07 Combating Trafficking in Human Beings for Labour Exploitation - Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, 2007 DOWNLOAD

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