Report on the Overview of the Migrant Domestic Workers in Taiwan

Report published in July 2021 Continuing our work to end modern slavery, globally, we are delighted to publish our new report titled, The Marginalised — An Overview of the Migrant Domestic Workers in Taiwan. This report is prepared by Humanity Research Consultancy and is written by Sharlene Chen. The report sets out the big pictureContinue reading “Report on the Overview of the Migrant Domestic Workers in Taiwan”

Report on the Practice of Manual Scavenging in India

Report published in May 2021 We’re glad to publish our new report titled It is Not Humane to Clean Human Shit: Report on the Systematic Prevalence of Forced Labour in the Form of Manual Scavenging in India. This report is written and prepared by Deeksha Sharma as a part of the research project under theContinue reading “Report on the Practice of Manual Scavenging in India”

Report on China’s Role in Preventing Modern Slavery in Myanmar’s Jade Mines

Report published in May 2021 We are delighted to publish our report on China’s Role in Preventing Modern Slavery in Myanmar’s Jade Mines. This is the first of its kind report that analyses how and why Chinese corporates and markets involved in jade mining could assert their influence and apply pressure to conflict groups toContinue reading “Report on China’s Role in Preventing Modern Slavery in Myanmar’s Jade Mines”

Delta 8.7 Policy Guides: What Actually Works to End Modern Slavery in the Context of Markets?

Delta 8.7 is a global knowledge platform exploring what works to eradicate forced labour, modern slavery, human trafficking, and child labour, an aim set out in Target 8.7 of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Between April 2020 and March 2021, Delta 8.7 convened global expert Working Groups to produce three Policy Guides to address “whatContinue reading “Delta 8.7 Policy Guides: What Actually Works to End Modern Slavery in the Context of Markets?”

My Three Reflections From The Recent Lawsuit Filed By Once Child Labourers Against Big Chocolate Brands

By Deeksha Sharma No chocolate is sweet if it is exacted from forced labour and exploitation. Recently, eight children have claimed that they were used as slave labour on cocoa plantations in Ivory Coast and have launched legal action against the most renowned and biggest chocolate companies in the world. These companies are– Nestlé, Cargill,Continue reading “My Three Reflections From The Recent Lawsuit Filed By Once Child Labourers Against Big Chocolate Brands”