Labour trafficking: a real eye opener

Beate Andrees

Beate Andrees

By Beate Andrees, Head of the ILO’s Special Action Programme to Combat Forced Labour

There are an estimated 21 million forced labour victims in the world today.                           

Beate Andrees, Head of the ILO’s Special Action Programme to Combat Forced Labour, shares her insights about modern day slavery and her experience working on the issue.

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One thought on “Labour trafficking: a real eye opener

  1. Even after 12 years of ILO’s Fundamental Principles Declaration, human trafficking/ forced or compulsory labour is reported in various parts of the world. In India just 10Kms from Bangalore International Airport more 30 families were rescued by the Government Officials with the help of an NGO

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