This report explains the context of child labor in Myanmar, both across sectors and specifically for garment manufacturing. The report outlines a child-rights-based approach and recommendations for prevention and remediation of child labor.

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Minors in Kathmandu’s adult entertainment sector: What’s driving demand?
Publications 03 October 2018

Kathmandu’s adult entertainment sector (AES) is made up of a complex web of venues that includes massage parlours, dance bars, cabin restaurants and guest houses. These workplaces employ young women and girls as waitresses and dancers who entertain...Read More

Legal gap analysis of anti-trafficking legislation in Vietnam
Publications 31 May 2018

By: Liberty Asia & Blue Dragon Children's Foundation The Vietnamese government has made significant progress to reinforce the current legal system on combating trafficking, particularly in regulating and criminalising trafficking in the Penal Co...Read More

TAGS: Asia
Shaky Foundations: Labour Exploitation in London’s Construction Sector
Publications 09 April 2018

This report draws on interviews and surveys with migrant construction workers in London to examine the causes of labour abuses that can lead to exploitation in the construction sector. The report calls for urgent action by the Government, the Dire...Read More

Human trafficking for labour exploitation: the results of a two-phase systematic review mapping the European evidence base and synthesising key scientific research evidence
Publications 06 April 2018

Abstract Objectives The article objectives were (1) to systematically map the contours of the European evidence base on labour trafficking, identifying its key characteristics, coverage, gaps, strengths and weaknesses and (2) to synthesise key scie...Read More

TAGS: Europe