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Safer labour migration and community-based prevention of exploitation

February 12, 2016

The Freedom Fund partnered with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine to elaborate the report Safer labour migration and community-based prevention of exploitation: The state of the evidence for programming. The document addresses exploitation risks through community-based strategies and aims to clarify the concept of “safer migration” amidst structural challenges for migrant workers.

The report emphasises the need for evidence-based interventions to prevent exploitation effectively. Key questions include defining “safer migration,” identifying risk factors, understanding protective measures, and evaluating the impact of awareness campaigns on migrants’ behaviours. This synthesis provides a comprehensive review to guide future research and prevention programming in tackling the complexities of migrant labour exploitation.

Click here or on the image below to access the report.

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The Freedom Fund