The aim of this report is to explore responses to trafficking and forced labour, and to identify good practice models and examples in Ireland and the UK. The research intends to contribute to more effective and efficient efforts in dealing with anti-trafficking initiatives by examining opportunities and critiquing institutional responses to the problem. The report also highlights key areas of concern in responding to trafficking and the broader issue of forced labour.
Trafficking for Forced Labour in Ireland and the United Kingdom: Issues and Emerging Good Practice
|Publisher:||Migrant Rights Centre Ireland|
|Publication Date:||01 Dec 2010|
|Geographic Focus:||Ireland, United Kingdom|