Cambodia to Curb Recruitment Fees in Bid to Protect Migrants from Slavery Abroad

4 October 2019
Research Innovation

Cambodia will cap the large fees imposed by labour brokers on migrant workers seeking jobs abroad, hoping to protect them from modern slavery. The ultimate goal is to bring fees to zero for employees–with the burden placed on the agencies and employers–but first a cap will be placed at USD 100, on par with the government of Myanmar’s plan. Click here to read more.

The Delta 8.7 Forum
Measurement and Statistical Methods

Symposium: Contending with the Legal Status Quo: Why Evidence is Central to Anti-Slavery Action

Katarina Schwarz
Continue Reading
Survivor and Victim Support

Symposium: Addressing Modern Slavery’s Root Causes

Jess Torres, Nat Paul
Continue Reading
Measurement and Statistical Methods

Symposium: An Introduction to Tomorrow’s Slavery, Today

Urmila Bhoola
Continue Reading
Law Enforcement

Creating an Effective, Collaborative Human Trafficking Response with the Available Resources in Rural Communities

Madison Murphy Barney, Christina A. Sambor
Continue Reading
Economics, Business Regulation and Supply Chains

Corporate Social Responsibility and the Failure to End Labour Exploitation

Vivek Soundararajan, Andrew Crane, Laura Spence, Michael Bloomfield, Genevieve LeBaron
Continue Reading
Measurement and Statistical Methods

Measurement, Action, Freedom: Assessing Government Action to Achieve Target 8.7

Continue Reading
Tags