Publications on forced labour

January 2005

  1. Publication

    Forced Labour and Human trafficking: Estimating the Profits

    03 January 2005

    As part of SAP-FL research on the quantitative and economic dimensions of forced labour and human trafficking, this Paper aims to estimate the magnitude of global profits that are being realized through the exploitation of forced labourers.

  2. Publication

    Trafficking and exploitation of Chinese migrants in France

    01 January 2005

    (Only available in French) Cette étude porte sur les migrants nouvellement arrivés qui travaillent dans plusieurs secteurs de l'économie souterraine.

  3. Publication

    Human trafficking and forced labour exploitation - guidance for legislation and law enforcement

    01 January 2005

    This guide has been designed to provide lawmakers and law enforcement authorities with practical aid to understand and implement international standards on human trafficking and to take action accordingly.

  4. Publication

    Human Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation in Japan

    01 January 2005

    The present publication focuses on the severe problems of sexual exploitation, given that this appears to be the main issue of concern in Japan today. It aims to present a clearer profile of human trafficking: the victims, the abuses they suffer, and the deceptions used by traffickers. It focuses primarily on the experiences of victims in order to better understand the push and pull factors of trafficking, providing details on both the situation in three main countries of origin (Colombia, the Philippines and Thailand) and the social and legal factors that make Japan a profitable market in particular for organized crime groups.

January 2004

  1. Publication

    Trafficking of migrant workers from Romania: Issues of labour and sexual exploitation

    10 January 2004

    This paper, prepared by a team of Romanian researchers under the supervision of Dr. Catalin Ghinarau, and by Mariska N.J. van der Linden, argues that trafficking for labour exploitation is an emerging issue in the region and in particular in Romania.

  2. Publication

    Chinese migrants and Forced Labour in Europe

    07 January 2004

    This working paper, by Chinese lawyer Gao Yun, is the result mainly of a desk review drawing on existing literature about Chinese migration to Europe, and of analysis of current Chinese law on trafficking. (Available in French, English and Chinese)

  3. Publication

    Human Trafficking in Europe: an Economic Perspective

    06 January 2004

    This paper is a broad mapping survey, placing the concerns of trafficking within broader migration analysis (including the role of irregular migration). It comments on the financial flows involved in trafficking, and on the different patterns of financing trafficking services. It also contains a brief review of the evidence, as to the extent to which organized crime is involved in human trafficking.

  4. Publication

    A Rapid Assessment of Bonded Labour in Pakistan's Mining Sector

    03 January 2004

    This paper, written by Mr Ahmad Salim, of the Sustainable Development Policy Institute in Islamabad, deals with bonded labour in Pakistan’s mining sector.

  5. Publication

    A rapid assessment of bonded labour in hazardous industries in Pakistan: glass bangle-making, tanneries and construction

    03 January 2004

    This paper examines labour arrangements and bonded labour in three hazardous industrial sectors in Pakistan: construction, glass bangle-making and tanneries. The research and analysis was undertaken by a team of researchers from the Collective for Social Science Research in Karachi. The same team also investigated domestic work and begging, the results of which are reported in another Working Paper.

  6. Publication

    A rapid assessment of bonded labour in domestic work and begging in Pakistan

    03 January 2004

    This paper examines labour arrangements and bonded labour in domestic work and begging. The research and analysis was undertaken by a team of researchers from the Collective for Social Science Research in Karachi. The same team also investigated domestic work and begging, the results of which are reported in another Working Paper.