Humanity Research Consultancy


“Having Internet Connection is a Human Right” – It’s About Time to Allow Workers at Sea to be Connected

October 18, 2021

 “When I was working as a fisherman on a vessel, I had once been unable...

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New Project – “The impacts of Covid-19 on trafficking and child labour in Myanmar, Cambodia, and Vietnam.”

October 8, 2021

Humanity Research Consultancy will be working along with the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) on...

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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (TSMC) Urges its Supply Chain Partners to Protect Rights of Migrant Workers under the Pandemic

August 4, 2021

The Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (TSMC), one of the largest semiconductor firms worldwide, has...

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Report on the Overview of the Migrant Domestic Workers in Taiwan

July 27, 2021

Report published in July 2021 Continuing our work to end modern slavery, globally, we are...

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Backing Down from the Zero-Payment Policy – Indonesian Government Introducing New Finance Plan for Migrant Workers

July 26, 2021

To prevent Indonesian workers from being employed abroad be debt-bonded, in the past few months,...

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HRC research project with British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL) on the determinants of anti-trafficking efforts – National Research Consultants for the case study on Bahrain

June 15, 2021

مشروع بحثي لاستشارات البحوث الانسانية (HRC) والمعهد البريطاني للقانون الدولي والقانون المقارن حول محددات جهود...

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Report on the Practice of Manual Scavenging in India

May 27, 2021

Report published in May 2021 We're glad to publish our new report titled It is...

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

May 10, 2021

Report published in May 2021 We are delighted to publish our report on China’s Role...

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

May 7, 2021

Delta 8.7 is a global knowledge platform exploring what works to eradicate forced labour, modern...

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

February 23, 2021

By Deeksha Sharma No chocolate is sweet if it is exacted from forced labour and...

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Celebrating the Establishment of the Second Migrant Fishermen’s Union in Taiwan

February 15, 2021

After two years of preparation, Keelung Migrant Fishermen Union (KMFU), the second migrant fishermen’s union...

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New Project – Labour Supply Chain Mapping for Plan International SAFE Seas project

January 23, 2021

HRC will start working with Plan International on the consultancy assignment of “Labour Supply Chain...

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