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Stopping Forced Labour [electronic resource] : Report of the Director General - Global Report under the Follow-Up to the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work
Office, International Labour
Geneva : ILO Publications, 2001.
1 online resource (137 p.)
International Labour Conference, 89th Session 2001, Report I (B)
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Examines the most prevalent forms of forced labour in existence worldwide, including slavery and abductions, forced participation in public works projects and in agriculture, forced labour imposed by the military, trafficking in persons and prison labour. Explores the activities of the ILO and other international organizations in preventing or eliminating these forms of labour and in rehabilitating its victims. Proposes a programme of action for the elimination of these practices.
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Contents; Executive summary; Introduction; Part I. Forced and compulsory labour: A dynamic global picture; 1. The evolving faces of forced labour; 2. Slavery and abductions: continuing problem; 3. Compulsory participation in public works; 4. Forced labour in agriculture and remote rural areas: Coercive recruitment practices; 5. Domestic workers in forced labour situations; 6. Bonded labour and its eradication; 7. An extreme case: Forced labour exacted by the military; 8. Forced labour related to trafficking in persons: The underside of globalization
9. Prison-linked forced labour: Contemporary dilemmasPart II. ILO assistance towards the elimination of forced and compulsory labour: Experience to date; 1. Introduction; 2. International action against forced labour: The context of ILO work; 3. Forced labour and rural workers: Past experience points to the future; 4. ILO technical assistance and technical cooperation in relation to the elimination of forced or compulsory labour; 5. Involvement of the social partners; 6. Assessing effectiveness: Concluding comments; Part III. Towards an action plan against forced labour
1. The need for a concerted action plan2. The scope of an ILO action plan against forced labour: General considerations; 3. Forced labour: A common global responsibility; 4. Specific issues for future action; 5. Final remarks; Suggested points for discussion; Annexes; Annex 1 ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and its Follow-up; Annex 2; Annex 3 Table of ratifications of ILO Conventions Nos. 29 and 105 and annual reports submitted under the Declaration follow-up in relation to elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour
Annex 4 International instruments relevant to forced labour
STOPPING FORCED LABOUR : REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR GENERAL - GLOBAL REPORT UNDER THE FOLLOW-UP TO THE ILO DECLARATION ON FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES & RIGHTS AT WORK
STOPPING FORCED LABOUR
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Stopping forced labour : global report under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on fundamental principles and rights at work : International Labour Conference, 89th session 2001, Report I(B).
Stopping forced labour [electronic resource] : global report under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on fundamental principles and rights at work : International Labour Conference, 89th Session 2001, Report I(B).