Human trafficking is devastating for the victims but low-risk for the criminals, whose activities are largely hidden from view. To disrupt it, law enforcement is turning to some unlikely new partners—banks.

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Construction and Labour Exploitation
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FLEX has published a new report revealing a range of labour abuses and risk of exploitation in London’s construction sector, including workers not being paid, being physically and verbally abused, and being forced to work in dangerous conditions. T...Read More

National Referral Mechanisms – Joining Efforts to Protect the Rights of Trafficked Persons: A Practical Handbook
GuidanceGood Practices

This handbook provides guidance on how to design and implement sustainable mechanisms and structures to combat human trafficking and support victims. It also provides guidance on how to monitor and build the capacity of such mechanisms and structure...Read More

Covid-19 & Dormitory Safety: Prevention
COVID-19 resourcesVideos

To promote “Safe Living in Dormitories”, this video informs employers and workers (particularly migrant workers) on steps that can be taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (and other viruses), keep common areas safe and ensure the well-being o...Read More

TAGS: Global
Regulating labour recruitment to prevent human trafficking and to foster fair migration: Models, challenges and opportunities
Good Practices

This working paper presents the role of international labour standards in regulating recruitment and provides a preliminary overview of national laws, policies, regulations and enforcement mechanism which aim to prevent fraudulent recruitment practi...Read More

TAGS: Global