This brief has been prepared by Phil Marshall, Technical Consultant to the Issara Institute.

This paper summarizes the current discussion around fee-free recruitment, including: (1) definitions of fee-free recruitment; (2) linkages between migration fees and exploitative practice; (3) government initiatives on fee-free recruitment; (4) industry initiatives on fee-free recruitment; and (5) discussion of the key issues surrounding free-free recruitment.

Slavery Free Recruitment Systems: A Landscape Analysis of Fee-Free Recruitment Initiatives - Issara Institute, 2016 DOWNLOAD

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