This Occasional Paper, the seventh in a series of Occasional Papers published by OSCE Office of the Special Representative and Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings, outlines the measures that businesses can take to ensure that trafficking in human beings does not occur in their workplaces or those of their suppliers (i.e., other businesses that sell products or services to them). It also reviews the obligations of the OSCE’s participating States to regulate business activities and to enable businesses to take appropriate action to stop human trafficking from occurring. It provides a series of recommendations for OSCE participating States.
















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Standards & Codes of Conduct

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Standards & Codes of Conduct

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World Bank Environmental and Social Framework
Standards & Codes of Conduct

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Human Trafficking in Supply Chains: Recruitment Focus
News & AnalysisStandards & Codes of ConductGood Practices

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