Trafficking for forced labour: How to monitor the recruitment of migrant workers

Millions of men, women and children are exploited for economic gain all over the world, not least in the Federal Republic of Nigeria. A number of reasons have been identified for this state of affair notable being the weak legal framework, lack of capacity among law enforcement institutions and also the ever worsening economic conditions in the sending countries. It has therefore become imperative that the correct legislative, political and social means are deployed in order to protect and guarantee their internationally recognized human and labour rights.