Become a Member

ILO Global Business Network on Forced Labour members are businesses of all sizes and sectors, as well as employer and business membership organizations including industry trade groups and sectoral associations. Other business-led initiatives with complementary mandates and expertise are encouraged to join as partners.

Benefits of Joining the ILO Global Business Network on Forced Labour


Convening Power

Tap into the ILO’s unparalleled global convening power among governments, workers, and employers.

Recognition

Receive official recognition for measured contributions to the SDGs.

Visibility

Be seen as a global leader and gain visibility through ILO, ILO Global Business Network on Forced Labour and UN communications.

Expertise

Draw on the expertise and experience of leading industry initiatives, global brands, and the ILO.

Support

Get help navigating the complex landscape of actors, mechanisms, and resources that tackle forced labour across different regulatory environments and supply chains.

To join, a company will need to:

  • Sign a Partnership Agreement with the ILO;
  • Contribute an annual membership fee.

For more information on membership, download this brochure .

Membership Brochure

To join, a business network will need to:

  • Submit a letter of expression of interest;
  • Commit to in-kind support that furthers the objectives of the ILO Global Business Network on Forced Labour.

For more information on membership, download this brochure.

Membership Brochure

To become a recognized partner:

  • Submit a letter of expression of interest;
  • Commit to in-kind support that furthers the objectives of the ILO Global Business Network on Forced Labour.

For more information on partnership, download this brochure.

Partnership Brochure

Join the Collaboration

By joining the ILO Global Business Network on Forced Labour members are called on to:

1. Eradicate

Take concrete steps to eradicate forced labour in all its forms in their organizations, supply chains, member organizations, sectors and beyond.

2. Advocate

Advocate for a comprehensive and coordinated response to forced labour, including in dealings with government bodies

3. Uphold

Uphold the principles of inclusivity and collaboration when working with other stakeholders to end forced labour

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The Global Business Network Forced Labour offers a forum for collaboration, convened by the ILO, where business of all sizes and sectors as well as employer and business membership organisations including industry trade groups and sectoral associations come together behind a common objective of leveraging comparative advantages and collective action towards the elimination of forced labour and human trafficking.