How to Measure the Change

We are working on compiling materials to provide an introduction to fundamental statistical concepts and methods in the effort to end forced labour, modern slavery, human trafficking and child labour.

In the meantime, for more on basic terms, see our Glossary, or check out the information below.

Measuring Child Labour

Measuring Forced Labour

Measuring Human Trafficking

Measurement of Related Issues

Measuring Social Protections

Measuring Government Response

 

Law Enforcement

Effective Sanctions to Fight Labour Exploitation Through Data

Luis Fabiano de Assis
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Symposium: What Works? 5 Lessons Learned on Slavery Risk for Policy Actors

James Cockayne
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Measurement and Statistical Methods

Symposium: Facing Choices When Modelling Modern Slavery Risk

Kelly Gleason
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Migration and Displacement

The Connections Between Trafficking, Conflict and Displacement in Syria and the Region

Claire Healy
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Economics, Business Regulation and Supply Chains

Combining Industry and Human Rights Data to Stop Slavery in Seafood Supply Chains

Katrina Nakamura
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Financial Sector

Mobilizing the Financial Sector as Part of a Global Strategy to End Modern Slavery

Global Fund to End Modern Slavery
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