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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Remediation Guidelines for Victims of Human Trafficking in Mineral Supply Chains
Guidance 04 May 2018

In recent years, there have been many reports of workers in supply chains being abused, exploited and even trafficked. Therefore, the expectation that businesses should carry out due diligence to address adverse impacts has grown considerably. As ...Read More

Stop Slavery General Manager Handbook
Guidance 09 March 2018

This Handbook is to be used by General Managers in conjunction with the Stop Slavery Blueprint and provides example documents that can be adapted and used accordingly.

Business and Human Rights: A Guidebook for National Human Rights Institutions
Guidance 01 November 2013

In November 2013, the International Coordinating Committee for the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights (ICC) and the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) published Business and Human Rights: A Guidebook for National Human Rights Institutions...Read More

How to do business with respect for children’s right to be free from child labour: ILO-IOE child labour guidance tool for business
Guidance 15 December 2015

The guidelines aim to improve global supply chain governance, due diligence and remediation processes to advance the progressive elimination of child labour. The Child Labour Guidance Tool was created jointly by the International Labour Organizati...Read More