This is a short version of the Guidelines to Prevent Abusive Recruitment, Exploitative Employment and Trafficking of Migrant Workers in the Baltic Sea Region. The Guidelines – In Brief version has been designed to be easy to use, refer to and function as a quick overview and checklist on how to best prevent exploitation of migrant workers. It is targeting States, Businesses – especially Recruitment Agencies and Employers – Trade Unions and NGOs.

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State Report Cards: Grading Criminal Record Relief Laws for Survivors of Human Trafficking
Guidance

Many survivors of human trafficking exploited in the commercial sex industry or other labor sectors have been arrested for offenses stemming from their victimization. Resulting criminal records – both arrest and court documents – then follow sur...Read More

IOM Handbook: Protection and Assistance for Migrants Vulnerable to Violence, Exploitation and Abuse
Guidance

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Doing Business with Respect for Human Rights: A Guidance Tool for Companies
Guidance

This guidance is for company staff who want to understand what “doing business with respect for human rights” means. It is for anyone who faces – or could face – scenarios in which their function, department or company could be connected to ...Read More

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Developing Effective Grievance Mechanisms in the Banking Sector
Guidance

This paper reviews banks’ responsibilities and provides suggestions and recommendations for how banks can develop and implement effective operational-level grievance mechanisms that will be legitimate, trusted and meet their responsibilities under ...Read More