This guide aims to provide NGOs working on trafficking and forced labour, with knowledge and tools to engage the private sector in their work. Different vulnerable sectors and the role that corporations could potentially play in contributing to and preventing human trafficking are described.

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Tobacco’s Hidden Children: Hazardous Child Labor in United States Tobacco Farming
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Methodology This report is based on interviews with 141 children ages 7 to 17 who said they had worked in tobacco farming in the United States in 2012 or 2013. During multiple field research trips between May and October 2013, Human Rights Watch ...Read More

Enhancing the Safety and Sustainability of the Return and Reintegration of Victims of Trafficking- Lessons Learnt from the CARE and TACT Projects
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This joint report aims to gather and share the lessons learnt through the implementation of CARE and TACT projects, which objectives are to enhance the safe and sustainable return and reintegration process of returning victims of trafficking. The re...Read More

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The Hidden Cost of Jewelry: Human Rights in Supply Chains and the Responsibility of Jewelry Companies
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In this report, Human Rights Watch scrutinizes steps taken by key actors within the jewelry industry to ensure that rights are respected in their gold and diamond supply chains. The report focuses on the policies and practices of 13 major jewelry bra...Read More

United States Advisory Council for Human Trafficking Annual Report, 2016
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This report provides actionable recommendations to the U.S. government for its work both nationally and internationally, as it collaborates with state and local governments, NGOs, faithbased organizations, community members, businesses, and philant...Read More