Policy brief on anti-trafficking laws, policies and practices (in Bangla)

Donors, Governments, international organizations, unions, employers and other civil actors often seek solutions to prevent human trafficking. This is a list of the ten most common misperceptions among policy makers, related facts and recommended laws, policies and practices drawing on the experience of the Work in Freedom Programme.

ILO-DFID partnership programme on “Fair recruitment and decent work for women migrant worker in South Asia and the Middle East” in short Work in Freedom (WIF) program has provided support to the Constituents, governments and its beneficiaries to do advocacy work to ensure that the policy makers have improved knowledge and commitment to reform laws and policies to protect migrant worker rights. Thus, the program has prepared a policy brief on anti-trafficking laws, policies and practices with ten common mis-perceptions on the legal issues based on its experiences in the field. The WIF is an integrated development cooperation programme aiming to reduce vulnerability to trafficking and forced labour of women migrating to garment and domestic work. The programme works along migration pathways in India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Jordan and Lebanon. Interventions focus on promoting mobility by choice, fair recruitment to decent jobs and safety and dignity for migrant workers. It is funded by UK Aid.