Preventing and addressing forced labour and trafficking in persons in East and South-East Asia
From 3 August to 30 September 2015, the AP-Forced Labour Net hosted its first online course on preventing and addressing trafficking in persons in East and South-East Asia. The online course was developed to help participants have a clearer understanding of issues such as forced labour, trafficking in persons, substandard working conditions and labour migration, as well as of the root causes and vulnerabilities that put people at risk of falling victims to labour exploitation. It builds upon ILO’s experience in combating forced labour and promoting decent work and aims to equip participants with the necessary tools to identify and respond to cases of exploitation of workers, as well as to strengthen prevention measures.
The course consists of three modules, which will be delivered through a password protected learning area on the AP-Forced Labour Net. Registered course participants will have access to:
- Short video introductions.
- Self-study lectures using the ILO e-learning tool on forced labour.
- Videos, presentations, blog articles, suggested reading material and additional resources.
- Online discussion forums.
For enquiries on this course, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.