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“Combating forced labour: A handbook for employers and business”

Author: ILO, Published on: 19 November 2008

Contents: - Booklet 1 - Introduction and Overview: - Booklet 2 - Employers' Frequently Asked Questions - Booklet 3 - Guiding Principles to Combat Forced Labour - Booklet 4 - A Checklist and Guidance for Assessing Compliance - Booklet 5 - A Guide for Taking Action - Booklet 6 - Tips for Taking Action - Booklet 7 - Case Studies [includes automobile industry & pig iron in Brazil; Electronics in China; Garments & textiles in Jordan; Agriculture in USA]

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