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Disconnected: The COVID-19 Pandemic and Call Center Workers‘ rights in Tunisia and Morocco
COVID-19 resourcesPublications
09 September 2020

The global spread of COVID-19 has prompted unprecedented measures to contain the virus, including the temporary shutdown of business and widespread restrictions on movement. Around the world, travel plans and workplaces have been disrupted and work habits changed. Yet throughout...

A Review of What Works in Multi-Agency Decision Making and The Implications for Child Victims of Trafficking
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12 August 2020

This review has drawn upon findings from evaluations and research that has been carried out by academics and by government departments. It has identified that in some cases, there is an absence of an independent, published evaluation. To understand what...

How COVID-19 restrictions and the economic consequences are likely to impact migrant smuggling and cross-border trafficking in persons to Europe and North America
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14 May 2020

This Research Brief analyses possible scenarios of how smuggling of migrants and cross-border trafficking in persons are likely to be affected by the COVID-19 crisis along mixed migration routes to two important destination regions: North America and Europe. One of...

Leadership in the Times of COVID Pandemic
COVID-19 resourcesPublications
13 April 2020

The exercise was done with some social workers from the field to understand their thoughts, feelings and unexpressed emotions using visual imagery. Sometimes verbalizing the internal emotional experience during a stressful period becomes difficult. And communication becomes like a rant...

Catching the Virus Cybercrime, Disinformation and the COVID-19 Pandemic
COVID-19 resourcesPublications
03 April 2020

Cybercriminals have been among the most adept at exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic for the various scams and attacks they carry out. With a record number of potential victims staying at home and using online services across the European Union (EU)...

Opportunity Knocks: improving responses to labour exploitation with secure reporting
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01 April 2020

The research examines the practices and policies of labour inspectorates and the Metropolitan Police and their relationship with the Home Office’s Immigration Enforcement team. Findings are based on these agencies engagement with immigration enforcement action; frontline organisations’ experience supporting migrant...

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