The Interactive Map for Business of Anti-Human Trafficking Organisations (www.modernslaverymap.org) and the accompanying report are designed with the following in mind:
The private sector – to help companies navigate emerging partners and resources;
All anti-trafficking organisations; and
The general public
With 75 organisations and initiatives included, who are working on five human-trafficking-related issues (child labour, forced labour, etc.), covering eleven industries and eight regions, the Interactive Map for Business of Anti-Human Trafficking Organisations aims to improve coordination on the eradication of modern slavery, and provides a unique baseline from which existing and newly formed initiatives can move forward.
Do you know of any technology tools developed in your regions and/or in the local language(s) with the aim to combat human trafficking?
These tech tools can be a simple mobile app informing potential trafficking victims of the risks of labo...Read More
There are more than 350,000 migrant domestic workers in Hong Kong, predominantly from the Philippines and Indonesia. Three survivors of human trafficking have bravely agreed to share their stories, which are captured in the video below.
This ISEAL webinar on forced labour, collects the views and opinions of a range of panellists on how standards can play a key role in identifying and helping to eliminate forced labour, including child labour, through improved detection and remedia...Read More
A UK House of Lords report is highly critical of the apathy shown by the private sector towards combating modern slavery in their supply chains.
Over 40 million people around the world are believed to work in conditions constituting modern slave...Read More