This report highlights relevant government agencies’ noteworthy recent accomplishments and improvements, remaining gaps and challenges, and recommendations for the Cambodian public justice system and its partners in combatting trafficking in persons. It calls for enhanced, expanded and institutionalized training, specific guidelines to be issued where laws or best practices are unclear, the implementation of international instruments and innovations for cross-border collaboration, and continuing to improve collaboration between government and non-government agencies within Cambodia.

Transnational Organized Crime and the Impact on the Private Sector: The Hidden Battalions
Publications 16 December 2017

Authors: Robin Cartwright & Frances Cleland-Bones This paper is based on the Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime's detailed review of the scale and nature of organised crime’s infiltration of the private sector.  These fin...Read More

TAGS: Global
Modern slavery reporting: Is there evidence of progress?
Publications 02 October 2018

This analysis of modern slavery statements focuses on changes in reporting and practice in addressing forced labour and human trafficking. Some key findings Under the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015, companies with a financial turnover of over £3...Read More

2017 Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor
Publications 20 September 2018

The Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor, mandated by the Trade and Development Act of 2000, is the most comprehensive research product on the state of child labor worldwide. This year, the report uses more stringent criteria to assess the effo...Read More

TAGS: Global
FTSE 100 & the UK Modern Slavery Act: From Disclosure to Action
Publications 21 November 2018

In 2015, the UK Government introduced the Modern Slavery Act (MSA), which requires certain companies publish an annual statement detailing what steps they have taken to tackle modern slavery, both in their operations and in their supply chains. Busin...Read More