22 - 23 October 2009
Event organized by the University of Nottingham and the ILO, as part of a European Union-China collaborative project "Capacity Building for Migration Management in China (CBMM)" funded by the EU.
15 - 16 October 2009
The training is part of a broader ILO initiative to build the capacity of Tajik officials to prevent and prosecute human trafficking in the context of labour migration from Tajikistan. The overall objective of these capacity building measures is to improve investigation and prosecution of alleged trafficking cases as well as to ensure identification, protection and rehabilitation of the victims of trafficking and forced labor, in accordance with internationally accepted principles.
15 - 16 October 2009
The seminar aims at reviewing national regulations and monitoring mechanisms; drafting recommendations for the promotion of ethical business practices; and exchanging international and regional good practices.
9 - 10 October 2009
A multidisciplinary international conference on human trafficking for the purpose of labour exploitation within the contexts of migration and the global economy.
8 October 2009
This discussion is organized by Anti-Slavery International together with the Environmental Justice Foundation and is hosted by Amnesty International UK. This event has been re-scheduled from June 9 when it was cancelled due to the tube strike
14 - 15 September 2009
Conference organized by the OSCE, including speakers from ILO, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, IOM, trade unions and NGOs on the prevention of trafficking in human beings.
3 June 2009
Event organized in conjunction with the Launch of ILO’s Global Report on Forced Labour 2009 “The Cost of Coercion”
2 June 2009
The purpose of the National workshop is to discuss the results of the ETF Labour Market Review and Migration Survey in Tajikistan.
19 May 2009
Event organized in conjunction with the Launch of ILO’s Global Report on Forced Labour 2009 “The Cost of Coercion”: Global Report under the Follow up to the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work”
18 May 2009
The International Labour Organization (ILO) in collaboration with the Harrison Institute for Public Law at Georgetown Law organizes a panel discussion on a unified approach to ending forced labour -- the role of governments, business, trade unions and civil society.