Elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour

  1. Uzbekistan - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration (2000-2017)

    18 May 2018

  2. Slovakia - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration (2000-2017)

    18 May 2018

  3. Sri Lanka - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration (2000-2017)

    18 May 2018

  4. Zambia - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration (2000-2017)

    18 May 2018

  5. Korea Republic of - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration (2000-2017)

    16 May 2018

  6. Myanmar - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration (2000-2017)

    16 May 2018

  7. Japan - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration (2000-2017)

    16 May 2018

  8. China - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration (2000-2017)

    16 May 2018

  9. ILO Data Initiative on child labour and forced labour - Standardising the measurement of forced labour

    08 November 2016

  10. Fishers first: Good practices to end labour exploitation at sea

    26 August 2016

    This report is to present, analyse and share good practices and innovative interventions from around the world aimed at eradicating forced labour and other forms of labour exploitation in the fishing industry.

  11. GAPfish - A Global action programme against forced labour and trafficking of fishers at sea

    24 November 2015

    The recommendations of the Oslo Conference will, among other things, help to consolidate an ILO project proposal – The Global Action Programme against against forced labour and trafficking of fishers at sea (GAPfish) – which aims to tackle forced labour and human trafficking in the fisheries sector.

  12. International expert meeting on labour exploitation in the fishing sector in the Atlantic region - Background document

    23 November 2015

  13. No easy exit – Migration bans affecting women from Nepal

    20 November 2015

  14. Insights into working conditions in India’s garment industry

    03 July 2015

    This report presents selected findings of research into the garment industry in India. The primary purpose of the study was to investigate the factors leading to labour shortage and labour turnover in the industry. Then some additional questions were included in the survey instruments covering a number of indicators of forced labour, in order to investigate whether any such practices were prevalent in the workplaces surveyed.

  15. Indispensable yet unprotected: Working conditions of Indian Domestic Workers at Home and Abroad

    25 June 2015

    This study aims to provide policy-makers and service providers with deeper insight into the nature of forced labour and trafficking in this region. Armed with this knowledge, action to combat trafficking in the region will become more effective, finally bringing an end to this unacceptable form of human exploitation.

  16. ILO Data Initiative on Modern Slavery

    27 April 2015

    Multi-stakeholders process initiated by the ILO to harmonize data collection worldwide and generate better prevalence data.

  17. ILO Special Action Programme to combat Forced labour Highlights - February 2015 Issue

    09 February 2015

  18. ILO Special Action Programme to combat Forced labour Newsletter - May 2014

    28 May 2014

  19. SAPFL Newsletter - September 2013

    10 September 2013

  20. ILO indicators of Forced Labour

    01 October 2012

    This booklet presents an introduction to the ILO Indicators of Forced Labour. These indicators are intended to help “front-line” criminal law enforcement officials, labour inspectors, trade union officers, NGO workers and others to identify persons who are possibly trapped in a forced labour situation, and who may require urgent assistance. The indicators represent the most common signs or “clues” that point to the possible existence of a forced labour case.