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Outcomes of the first ILO online course on “Preventing and addressing forced labour and trafficking in persons in East and South-East Asia”

— theme: Access to justice and legal aid, Bonded labour, Child labour, Civil society, Compensation, Employers and business, Forced Labour: Private economy, Forced labour: State-imposed, Human trafficking, Law enforcement and prosecution, Prevention, Recruitment, Research and survey guidelines, Sectors: Agriculture, Sectors: Brick kilns, Sectors: Construction, Sectors: Domestic work, Sectors: Fishing and seafood, Sectors: Hospitality, Sectors: Manufacturing, Sectors: Mining, Sexual exploitation, Trade unions, Victim protection, Working conditions
— country: Asia, Pacific
— type: Discussion Papers

From 3 August to 30 September 2015, AP-Forced Labour Net hosted the first ILO open online course on “Preventing and addressing forced labour and trafficking in persons in East and South-East Asia”. The course attracted a very good level of interest, with a total of 205 participants from different countries in Asia-Pacific and other regions. Participants’ feedback indicated a high level of satisfaction, reassuring that the key objectives of the course were met, and highlighting the scope for the development of future courses on forced labour and related topics.

Author/Editor
AP-Forced Labour Net
Publishing Year
2015
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