The ILO is uniquely placed, through its tripartite structure, global network, and leading expertise on the subject matter, to bring a coalition of actors together under one umbrella.
ILO GBNFL members are businesses of all sizes and sectors, employer and business membership organisations, industry trade groups and sectoral associations. All business-led initiatives with complementary mandates and expertise are encouraged to join as partners.
With more, faster & better action we can end forced labour.
We are an umbrella network that brings together businesses and their representative organizations of all sizes and sectors in 187 ILO member States.
Global facts and figures
Almost 25 million people
are in forced labour globally.
Of them, 20.8 million
are working in the private economy, including in private economic activities and commercial sexual exploitation.
Some 4.3 million
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This online map is a tool that allows companies to reach out to the right partners and locate resources to fight forced labour and human trafficking. The map is updated regularly. ILO GBNFL is a collaborating partner in the initiative.
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