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Slavery Research Library

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Search the library for anti-slavery resources from across the globe. Suggest material to share, or review the latest highlights from the Slavery Research Bulletin.

There are currently 352 resources in the library.

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Latest Resources

Child trafficking in the UK 2018: A snapshot

Author(s): ECPAT UK / ECPAT UK / 2018

Adolescent childbearing trends and subnational variations in Ethiopia: a pooled analysis of data from six s...

Author(s): Yared Mekonnen, Daniel S. Telake and ... / BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth / 2018

Responsible Recruitment: Addressing Gaps in Protections for Migrant Workers

Author(s): Institute for Human Rights and Business / Institute for Human Rights and Business / 2018

Towards the urgent elimination of hazardous child labour

Author(s): International Labour Organization / International Labour Organization / 2018

Ripe for Change: Ending human suffering in supermarket supply chains

Author(s): Oxfam International / Oxfam International / 2018

TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS REPORT 2018

Author(s): U.S. Department of State / U.S. Department of State / 2018

Getting to Good Human Trafficking Data: Everyday Guidelines for Frontline Practitioners in Southeast Asia

Author(s): Jessie Brunner / Stanford University WSD Handa Center for Human Rights and International Justice / 2018
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