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2022

Modern Slavery Response and Remedy Framework

This framework, designed by Walk Free and the Human Rights Resources and Energy Collaborative (HRREC - a group of Australian companies), provides practical guidance to assist companies with their response to modern slavery or related exploitation in their supply chains or operations. It specifically provides guidance on remediation.

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2022

ILO’s Frequently Asked Questions on Fair Recruitment

These FAQs provide user-friendly answers to technical questions on how to implement fair recruitment in practice. They are based on questions commonly received by ILO constituents (member states, workers' organisations and employers' organizations).

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2022

Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance

The IRMA website features global standards that cover all mined materials (except energy fuels) coming from all sizes of industrial mines all over the world. IRMA also offers third-party certification at the site of the mine.

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2022

2022 Trafficking in Persons Report

The Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report is the U.S. Government’s principal diplomatic tool to engage foreign governments on human trafficking. It is a comprehensive resource of governmental anti-trafficking efforts with countries ranked according to tiers.

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2022

Child labour and responsible business conduct – A Guidance Note for Action

This UNICEF report provides guidance to businesses and others on meeting SDG Target 8.7 on eradicating child labour by 2025. The report outlines how the private sector can respond to child labour more effectively and sustainably. It includes deep dives analyzing business policies and practices in three key sectors: cobalt, cocoa, and cotton.

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2022

Empowerment and employment of survivors of human trafficking: A business guide

Safe and sustainable employment is one of the most effective ways to prevent the re-exploitation of survivors of human trafficking and other forms of slavery. This guide by our member GBCAT describes actions business can take to empower and employ survivors and explains the types of organizations that companies can look to for partnership support, including real-world case examples.

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2022

Supporting Workers Affected by the War in Ukraine

ILO GBNFL member Stronger Together and its partners have created a guide for UK businesses to help ensure that workers affected by the conflict are protected from harm, and have a positive recruitment and employment experience. Much of the guidance is transferable to recruitment into other countries.

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2022

How businesses can help end forced labour of children

More, faster and better action is needed to tackle one of the worst forms of child labour: Forced labour of children. With the right regulatory framework and enforcement in place, businesses can fully play their part. This short ILO GBNFL brief provides an introduction to the issue for businesses and advocacy points that can be used.

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SMEs are often overlooked by initiatives aiming to eradicate forced labour and drive responsible business conduct.  This is at odds with the fact that SMEs make up 90 per cent of the private sector globally. Given their reach and overall influence, SMEs could be catalysts in the fight against forced labour. Join us to hear from SMEs that are leading the way.

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