New Guidelines Approved for Measuring Forced Labour

23 October 2018
Research Innovation

Guidelines on how to measure forced labour were approved at the 20th International Conference of Labour Statisticians (ICLS). The new guidelines on statistical definitions, data collection, data sourcing, survey design, ethics and reporting are aimed at improving comparability of forced labour data between national statistical offices and other researchers. Access the new guidelines here.

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