|Driving action, scale and sustainability through collaboration|
Key Focus AreasCoordination and Collaboration:
Creating space for business membership networks, industry coalitions and enterprises of all sizes to work together on improving how initiatives are coordinated and fostering a culture of inclusive collaboration to build on and continuously develop subject-matter and industry expertise.
Identifying, investing in and promoting the tools and approaches needed to translate ideas into action at scale by small enterprises in high-risk sectors and geographies.
Supporting business to play a more active role in national policy and program formulation so as to promote a coherent response across agencies, sectors and geographies, and keeping the structural issues that undermine progress and threaten sustainability in focus.
Get InvolvedAs a business-only network membership is open to firms of all size and sector, as well as Employer's and Business Membership Organizations (EBMO). Other initiatives led by business and with complementary mandates and expertise wanting to support the initiative may qualify for recognition as Official Partners.
By joining the ILO Global Business Network on Forced Labour, all members and partners will be called upon to make a commitment:
- to reject forced labour and human trafficking and call on all personnel/business partners/members to share this commitment;
- to advocate for a more comprehensive, coordinated, and expanded response;
- to uphold the principle of inclusive leadership and collaboration.
Alliance 8.7In providing an interface for business with the Alliance 8.7, the ILO Global Business Network on Forced Labour will serve as a vehicle for the private-sector to make recognized contributions towards the achievement of UN Sustainable Development Goal 8, Target 8.7: Take immediate and effective measures to eradicate forced labour, end modern slavery and human trafficking and secure the prohibition and elimination of the worst forms of child labour, including recruitment and use of child soldiers, and by 2025 end child labour in all its forms.
Where objectives are aligned and as appropriate, the Global Business Network on Forced Labour will provide support to take forward specific actions identified for work by the Alliance 8.7 Supply Chains Working Group, and stands together with this entity in recognizing the value of local ownership and a strong focus on country level action with governments in the driving seat.
To learn more about the Alliance 8.7, please visit www.alliance87.org
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