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2022

Advice by SMEs for SMEs on how to fight forced labour

At our digital conference 'SME Action on Forced Labour' in early 2022, three SMEs shared their stories on how they are fighting forced labour and child labour. Nearly 300 people joined us. Read on for advice from SMEs for SMEs, fact files on each business, and to watch the recording.

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2021

FAQs on Forced Labour and Fair Recruitment for Malaysian Businesses

In 2021, we, together with our Member the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) and the ILO’s BRIDGE project, hosted three online workshops on forced labour and fair recruitment for Malaysian businesses in export manufacturing and the plantation sector. This document summarises the questions asked by the businesses and the answers given.

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2020

ILO GBNFL online training course: The ILO’s 11 indicators of forced labour

Luiz Machado, the ILO’s Technical Specialist on Forced Labour, presents the indicators and gives practical examples of how they can be applied. The 11 operational indicators are intended to help with the identification of forced labour, how it arises, and how it affects its victims. This course is a recording and not interactive.

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2015

Online course: Preventing and addressing forced labour and trafficking in persons in East and South-East Asia

This online course was developed to help participants have a clearer understanding of issues such as forced labour, trafficking in persons, substandard working conditions and labour migration, as well as of the root causes and vulnerabilities that put people at risk of falling victims to labour exploitation. It builds upon ILO’s experience in combating forced labour and promoting decent work and aims to equip participants with the necessary tools to identify and respond to cases of exploitation of workers, as well as to strengthen prevention measures. The course is aimed at people who are actively involved in the prevention, identification and prosecution of cases of forced labour and trafficking in persons.