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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Addressing Risks of Forced Labour in Supply Chains: Protecting Workers from Unfair Restrictions on their Freedoms at Work
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The brief focuses on best practices for identifying and eradicating forced labour at the supplier level. It explains the indicators of forced labour as incorporated into the Fair Labour Association (FLA) code, provides examples of risks and violation...Read More

Eliminating Recruitment Fees Charged to Migrant Workers – United Nations Global Compact and Verite
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There are an estimated 232 million international migrants around the world today and over 90 percent of these are workers and their families. International labour migration is a defining feature of the global economy. Nearly every nation around the ...Read More

“The Public-Private Partnership in the Fight Against Human Trafficking” Conference
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When: July 19, 2017 – July 21, 2017 all-day

Organized by the OSCE Office of the Special Representative and Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings (OSR/CTHB), in co-operation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, the Conference on “Public-Private Partnership in the Fight Against Human...

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Sweet and Sour: An Investigation of Conditions on Tropical Fruit Farms in North-East Brazil
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A government policy of periodically raising the minimum wage, proactive enforcement of the minimum wage, and clear labour laws have raised incomes and reduced inequality between men and women workers in Brazil over the past 20 years. However, these ...Read More