Publications on forced labour

May 2009

  1. Publication

    Fact sheet The Cost of Coercion - Regional Perspectives: Americas

    22 May 2009

    Regional perspectives from the ILO Global Report "The Cost of Coercion" (2009)

  2. Publication

    Fact sheet The Cost of Coercion - Regional Perspectives: Asia

    22 May 2009

    Regional perspectives from the ILO Global Report "The Cost of Coercion" (2009)

  3. Publication

    Fact sheet The Cost of Coercion - Regional Perspectives: Africa

    22 May 2009

    Regional perspectives from the ILO Global Report "The Cost of Coercion" (2009)

  4. Publication

    Executive Summary of 2009 Global Report on Forced Labour "The cost of coercion"

    22 May 2009

    In presenting this report the ILO launched a challenge to the world community, to build and consolidate a global alliance, involving a range of partners, in order to eradicate forced labour at the earliest opportunity.

  5. Global Report on Forced Labour 2009

    The cost of coercion - Global Report on Forced Labour 2009

    12 May 2009

    Global Report under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. Forced labour is the antithesis of decent work. The least protected persons, including women and youth, indigenous peoples, and migrant workers, are particularly vulnerable. Modern forced labour can be eradicated with a sustained commitment and resources.

  6. Meeting document

    Report I(B) - Report of the Director-General: The cost of coercion

    12 May 2009

  7. Meeting document

    Examining Constitutional, Legislative And Administrative Provisions Concerning Indigenous and Tribal Peoples In Africa- Research Findings Workshop: Workshop Report; May 10-11, Banjul, The Gambia

    11 May 2009

  8. Publication

    Indigenous & Tribal People's Rights in Practice - A Guide to ILO Convention No. 169

    10 May 2009

    This publication is a result of collaborative efforts of a wide group of ILO staff, indigenous organizations, experts and researchers on the main aspects of indigenous and tribal peoples’ rights. It hopes to provide governments, indigenous and tribal peoples and workers’ and employers’ organizations with a practical tool for the implementation of indigenous peoples’ rights, based on the experiences, good practices and lessons learned that have been generated so far.

  9. Publication

    Forced Labour and Human Trafficking: Casebook of Court Decisions

    06 May 2009

    This training manual for judges, prosecutors and legal practitioners

  10. Publication

    Operational indicators of trafficking in human beings

    04 May 2009

    Four sets of operational indicators of trafficking (adults and children for labour and sexual exploitation) resulting from a joint European Commission-ILO project. The Delphi methodology used to reach a consensus on these lists is presented in the brochure.