Nepal Releases New Forced Labour Survey

29 April 2019
Research Innovation

Nepal’s Central Bureau of Statistics released the Report on the Nepal Labour Force Survey 2017/18, which shows that over 30,000 people are in forced labour in Nepal. The highest incidence of forced labour was found in the agriculture and forestry sector, followed by the construction sector. The survey follows the recommendations of the International Conference of Labour Statisticians, adopted last year.

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