Publications on forced labour

2017

  1. Tripartite action to protect migrants from labour exploitation (ASEAN TRIANGLE) - Final evaluation

    24 October 2017

  2. Tripartite action to protect migrants within and from the GMS from labour exploitation - Final Evaluation

    24 October 2017

  3. Combating forced labour and trafficking of Indonesia migrant workers (Phase II) - Final Evaluation

    24 October 2017

  4. Preventing trafficking in girls and young women for labour exploitation within China (CP-Ting Phase I) - Final Evaluation

    24 October 2017

  5. Methodology of the global estimates of modern slavery: Forced labour and forced marriage

    19 September 2017

  6. Global estimates of modern slavery: Forced labour and forced marriage - Frequently Asked Questions

    19 September 2017

  7. Global Estimates of Modern Slavery: Forced Labour and Forced Marriage [Executive summary]

    19 September 2017

  8. Global Estimates of Modern Slavery: Forced Labour and Forced Marriage

    19 September 2017

    The 2017 Global Estimates of Modern Slavery focus on two main issues: forced labour and forced marriage. The estimate of forced labour comprises forced labour in the private economy, forced sexual exploitation of adults and commercial sexual exploitation of children, and state-imposed forced labour.

  9. The Migrant Recruitment Industry: Profitability and unethical business practices in Nepal, Paraguay and Kenya

    13 September 2017

    This publication documents the process of foreign recruitment in case-study migration corridors across different regions. The result of the research brings to the fore the abuse of migrant workers by recruiters and seeks to contribute to broadening the choices workers have to find decent work at home and abroad.

  10. ILO/Japan Cooperation - Factsheet 2017

    13 August 2017

    Japan is a founding member State of the ILO, and a valued partner in promoting the Decent Work Agenda. Japan has ratified 49 Conventions, including 6 Fundamental, 3 Governance and 40 Technical Conventions. Japan holds one of the ten permanent government seats on the ILO Governing Body as a State of Chief Industrial Importance.