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ITUC Guide - How to Combat Forced Labour and Trafficking

Guide published by the International Trade Union Confederation, with the support of the ILO Special Action Programme to combat forced labour.

Type: Brochure
Date issued: 08 July 2010
Authors: ITUC

The international trade union movement has had a historic role in combating forced labour through abolitionist legislation and international law, organising, social dialogue, and direct assistance.

This guide offers examples of good practices in order to encourage workers and unions to join the ITUC global trade union alliance against forced labour and to step up efforts to rid the world of forced labour.

Tags: forced labour, trafficking in persons, trade unions

Regions and countries covered: Global

Unit responsible: Programme for the Promotion of the Declaration

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