Elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour

  1. Strengthening Employers’Activities against Forced Labour

    22 July 2008

    Project flier on the role of Employers and Business in fighting forced labour

  2. Human Trafficking And Forced Labour - Case studies and responses from Portugal

    01 May 2008

    The objective of the book is to study the phenomena of labour exploitation and forced labour to which immigrants and, in particular, victims of human trafficking, are subjected in Portugal. It also sheds light on the treatment of Portuguese emigrants in select destination countries.

  3. Samoa - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour (FL)

    15 February 2008

  4. Viet Nam - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour (FL)

    15 February 2008

  5. United States - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour (FL)

    15 February 2008

  6. Timor Leste - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour (FL)

    15 February 2008

  7. Solomon Island - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour (FL)

    15 February 2008

  8. Singapore - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour (FL)

    15 February 2008

  9. Democratic Republic of Korea - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour (FL)

    15 February 2008

  10. Malaysia - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour (FL)

    15 February 2008

  11. Myanmar - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour (FL)

    15 February 2008

  12. Lao people's democratic Republic - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour (FL)

    15 February 2008

  13. Japan - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour (FL)

    15 February 2008

  14. China - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour (FL)

    15 February 2008

  15. Canada - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour (FL)

    15 February 2008

  16. Brunei Darussalam - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour (FL)

    15 February 2008

  17. Afganistan - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour (FL)

    15 February 2008

  18. ILO action against trafficking in human beings

    12 February 2008

    In its many projects and advocacy activities, the ILO addresses trafficking from a labour market perspective. It thereby seeks to eliminate the root causes, such as poverty, lack of employment and inefficient labour migration systems. ILO led responses involve labour market institutions, such as public employment services, labour inspectors and labour ministries. Moreover, as a tripartite organisation, the ILO consults and involves workers’ and employers’ organisations in its work. This paper serves to outline ILO’s major areas of intervention, some lessons learned and further references.

  19. Forced labour and trafficking in Europe: how people are trapped in, live through and come out

    11 February 2008

    The paper is based on ILO research carried out between 2003 and 2007. It summarizes largely qualitative research from ten European source, transit and destination countries. It is therefore the result of a collective effort of researchers from many countries. The purpose of this project was to close a gap in current research that exists up to today: Most trafficking-related research, in particular primary research, focuses on trafficking of women for the purpose of sexual exploitation. Other forms of trafficking, such as those linked to forced labour in labour-intensive economic sectors, are still under-researched and under-theorized.

  20. A Workers’ Alliance against Forced Labour and Trafficking

    20 August 2007

    Joint project between the Special Action Programme against Forced Labour and the International Trade Union Confederation. Workers’ involvement is key to the success of the ILO campaign to rid the world of forced labour and human trafficking by 2015. The ITUC urges you and your organisation to join the global Workers’ Alliance against Forced Labour and Trafficking.