THE PROTOCOL to the Forced Labour Convention

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Forced labour is defined in the International Labour Organization (ILO) Convention No. 29, one of the most ratified ILO Conventions, as work that is performed involuntarily and under coercion. It can take place in any industry, including in the informal economy. Many victims, in particular women and girls, are subjected to commercial sexual exploitation, but forced labour is also prevalent in sectors such as agriculture, fishing, domestic work, construction, manufacturing and mining. It includes men, women and children in situations of debt bondage, suffering slavery-like conditions or who have been trafficked.

What is Forced Labour?
Forced labour is defined in the International Labour Organization (ILO) Convention No. 29, one of the most ratified ILO Conventions, as work that is performed involuntarily and under coercion. It can take place in any industry, including in the informal economy. Many victims, in particular women and girls, are subjected to commercial sexual exploitation, but forced labour is also prevalent in sectors such as agriculture, fishing, domestic work, construction, manufacturing and mining. It includes men, women and children in situations of debt bondage, suffering slavery-like conditions or who have been trafficked.

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ITUC AFRICA

2017
Oct 16

Trade Union Conference on Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) - Africa/EU

On 9 and 10 October 2017, ITUC-Africa trade union leaders and experts, the African Regional Confederation (EATUC, SATUCC and OTAO), the ETUC (Confederation of European Trade Unions), the ITUC and the experts from civil society organisations (SEATINI, TWN-Africa, South Center) met at the (...)