07 October 2011
Le présent document de travail a été conçu dans le cadre de PAMODEC et présente le principe d’élimination de la discrimination en matière d’emploi et de profession au Cameroun. Son objectif est, en premier lieu, d’apporter un nouveau point de vue sur les différents aspects de la discrimination ; l’auteur préconise, en second lieu, un plan d’action pour éradiquer toute forme de discrimination dans l’emploi et la profession.
25 July 2011
This publication aims to highlight the pivotal role of freedom of association in fostering and maintaining sustainable development. As such, it seeks to provide ideas for governments, trade unions and employers’ organisations on how to work together to achieve real and tangible results for development.
14 June 2011
This report explores the extent of forced labour among new migrants to Northern Ireland and identified a number of problems of forced labour in the mushroom farming, fishing and catering industries as well as more isolated problems in a variety of other casual work environments. The exploitation through forced labour that was encountered was not particularly associated with human trafficking. Rather people’s vulnerability to exploitation through forced labour was more likely to be associated with factors such as an individual’s legal status, their English language skills, a lack of access to advice and information, and an absence of appropriate community-based support networksThe report suggests a number of actions that could improve identification of cases of forced labour and responses to the problem.
27 May 2011
The paper is part of the book published by the University of Tilburg "Combating Trafficking in Human Beings for Labour Exploitation", Conny Rijken (ed.), 2011, Wolf Legal Publishers
15 April 2011
This publication was produced under the framework of technical cooperation undertaken between the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and the Secretariat of Labour Inspection (SIT). This partnership is embodied in the collection “The Good Practices of Labour Inspection in Brazil,” comprised of four publications on the labour inspection system in Brazil and the Brazilian labour inspection experiences in the following areas: eradication of child labour; combating forced labour; and the maritime sector. The eradication of labour analogous to slavery is today one of the main objectives of the Brazilian agenda for the promotion of human rights. This document presents a synthesis of labour inspection actions of the Ministry of Labour and Employment (MTE), in cooperation with governmental partners, employer associations, workers’ unions and civil society organizations in the fi ght against this extreme form of labour exploitation.
14 March 2011
15 February 2011
The United Nations Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking (UN.GIFT) and the End Human Trafficking Now! Campaign (EHTN!) have developed an eLearning course which is a modular training programme for business leaders, managers and employees of business companies.
15 February 2011
Newsletter prepared by the ILO Special Action Programme to combat forced labour. Second issue 2011
10 January 2011
Executive summary of the independent evaluation carried out in 2010
11 December 2010
HRW documented labour exploitation and barriers to redress for migrants in agriculture, domestic work, and construction in Indonesia, Malaysia, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States. Immigration sponsorship systems in many countries give employers immense control over workers and lead to migrants being trapped in abusive situations or unable to pursue redress through the justice system.
15 November 2010
This book presents the first-ever comprehensive and in-depth analysis of the international law of human trafficking. Anne T. Gallagher calls on her direct experience working within the United Nations to chart the development of new international laws on this issue. She links these rules to the international law of state responsibility as well as key norms of international human rights law, transnational criminal law, refugee law, and international criminal law, in the process identifying and explaining the major legal obligations of states with respect to preventing trafficking, protecting and supporting victims, and prosecuting perpetrators.
15 October 2010
Study on the implementation of the Directive 2004/81/EC, adopted in 2004, on the residence permit issued to third-country nationals who are victims of trafficking in human beings or who have been the subject of an action to facilitate illegal immigration, who cooperate with the competent authorities
01 October 2010
The study was produced and published in the framework of the FREED project “Transnational Multi-Stakeholder Action to combat trafficking in human beings for the purpose of labour exploitation: Identification and protection of victims". (Report in Polish)
01 October 2010
This Code of Conduct, prepared by the Vietnam Association of Manpower supply, presents the fundamental principles which Vietnamese enterprises recruiting workers for overseas employment should comply with. It is based on Vietnam legislation, ILO Conventions and Recommendations and other relevant international instruments and on the actual context of Vietnam.
30 August 2010
The Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of slavery, including its causes and consequences, Gulnara Shahinian, conducted an official mission to Brazil from 17 to 28 May 2010. She noted the positive and substantial role that ILO has played in working with all stakeholders in Brazil to combat slave labour. She calls on the international community to continue to support its work, and that of notable and experienced non-government organizations in Brazil.
30 July 2010
On 30 July, the General Assembly adopted the United Nations Global Plan of Action against Trafficking in Persons (resolution A/64/L.64)
16 July 2010
Newsletter of the ‘Capacity Building for Migration Management in China’ Project, which is co-implemented by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) in close partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, and the Ministry of Public Security of the People's Republic of China.
16 July 2010
Verité is launching the Well Made campaign to demonstrate how all stakeholder groups can make a difference through impactful programs in their supply chains, starting with looking for work across borders and how hiring traps can lead to human trafficking, slavery and debt bondage for so many migrant workers.