HRC Briefing: Guidance on Responding to Victims in Forced Scam Labour – Mandarin Version
Our second briefing on the crime of cyber slavery in the scamming compounds has now been translated into Mandarin Chinese in order to make our work more accessible to Mandarin speaking communities.
This briefing shares our latest analysis and suggestions on addressing this ever-growing form of modern slavery. We discuss the wide profile of victims being trafficked into the compounds, the important role embassies play in the successful exit of victims, the notion of forced criminality, and how authorities should be acting in line with the relevant policies surrounding victims of modern slavery.
A stronger global focus is needed on this issue in order to generate affirmative action from the UN bodies, national governments, non-government organisations, and human rights activists.