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DataJam Pasos Libres Online 2021
News & AnalysisGuidancePublicationsEvents
12 August 2021

Pasos Libres, the Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime, the Responsible and Ethical Private Sector Coalition against Trafficking (RESPECT), the International Labour Organization (ILO) and partners invite you to participate in the DataJam Pasos Libres Online 2021, a technological innovation competition that seeks to develop data-based...

Global Initiative to Explore the Sexual Exploitation of Boys – Thailand Report
GuidancePublications
01 January 2021

This research looks at boys engaging in their own sexual exploitation by selling sex in Thailand. The report reveals a big knowledge gap amongst frontline welfare service providers, problematic beliefs and attitudes about male and gender diverse child victims, systematic...

What works to end modern slavery? A review of evidence on policy and interventions in the context of justice
GuidancePublications
01 December 2020

The purposes of the study was to examine what is known about effective policy to achieve SDG Target 8.7 in the context of justice, by: (1) collecting and collating existing evidence on what works; (2) identifying the range of claims...

FTSE 100 & the UK Modern Slavery Act: From Disclosure to Action
Publications
21 November 2018

In 2015, the UK Government introduced the Modern Slavery Act (MSA), which requires certain companies publish an annual statement detailing what steps they have taken to tackle modern slavery, both in their operations and in their supply chains. Business &...

Views and Needs of Young People in Serbia with Regard to Risks and Protection from Labor Exploitation
Publications
08 July 2018

Within the Make It Work for Youth – MyWay project, implemented by NGO ASTRA – Anti Trafficking Action with support of the European Union (EIDHR program), 20 students were selected and trained to collect data, that is, to conduct a...

First Year of FTSE 100 Reports under the UK Modern Slavery Act: Towards Elimination?
Publications
01 December 2017

The International Labour Organization estimates that illicit profits from modern slavery reach $150 billion a year. In 2016, 16 million people were victims of forced labour in the private economy. Companies are exposed to modern slavery risks through their own...

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