What actually works to end modern slavery in the context of markets? In the past decade, we have witnessed a heightened awareness of the risk of modern slavery occurring within global supply chains, with a corresponding increase in regulation, funding, private sector engagement and programming to address it. The growth in multi-stakeholder collaboration is an indication of our shared commitment to end modern slavery in all its forms, and a sign of hope that it will be possible. What is needed now to achieve Target 8.7 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through a markets lens is a common understanding of what programmatic interventions effectively reduce the number of people who are subjected to this crime, to guide policy and investment decisions.

DELTA 8.7 MARKETS POLICY GUIDE, 2021 DOWNLOAD
What works to end mordern slavery A review of evidence on policy and interventions in the context of markets,2021 DOWNLOAD

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