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International cooperation
Trafficking in persons generates billions of dollars in illegal profits by victimizing millions of women, men and children worldwide. A comprehensive response addressing the entire trafficking chain requires the combined action of different stakeholders, including governments, workers, employers and individual citizens.

  1. Join our Campaign: End slavery now!
  2. ILO topic portal on forced labour
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Learn. Share. Connect.
Discover the DW4Y platform: Share your experiences and discuss with young people around the world. Learn more about your own labour rights and find out about youth employment related-events. Connect with others and make your voice heard.
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Post-2015 Development Agenda
The UN is one step closer to agreeing on a new set of development objectives, including ambitious targets on full employment and decent work for the world’s seven billion people.

  1. ILO portal on the Post-2015 Development Agenda
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ILO Study
Jordan’s youth face a myriad of challenges when attempting to move from education to the workplace, according to a new ILO study.

  1. ILO Topic Portal on Youth Employment
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Green economy
ILO Director-General calls on EU environment and labour ministers to align policies for sustainable development.

  1. ILO topic portal on green jobs
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