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Alongside country level data on modern slavery, the Global Slavery Index includes studies on specific countries.
This year, we’ve focused on the top 12 global economies, providing information on the types of modern slavery and vulnerability factors affecting each of these countries, as well as the actions of the government. Each country study includes data on the greatest value imports at risk of being produced through forced labour as well as information on the statements being produced under the UK Modern Slavery Act.
The studies conclude with a series of policy recommendations. BBB Government response rating. Milestone 1 Survivors of slavery are identified and supported to exit and remain out of modern slavery. NOT general awareness campaigns that do not mention hotline or indicators of trafficking.
NOT information is distributed to at-risk or specific populations or geographic locations, such as migrant workers or at-risk communities – this is covered under Milestone 4, 1. Researcher Notes Indicator met- The website is an open, clear and accessible way of raising awareness on the existence and fight against human trafficking and has been promoted through flyers and youtube etc.
If yes to 1. If no to 1. Researcher Notes Indicator not met- The website shows several updates and adding of new contents after 1st February containing updated information on how to identify victims and report abuses. Unclear how regularly the website is le.
Researcher Notes Indicator not met- no information found regarding increase in reports the website of the campaign reports data up to only. Reporting mechanism exists whereby modern slavery crimes can be reported either in isolation or as part of a larger phone service. This includes let messaging, an online form, or phone hotline AND this reporting mechanism must be operational between 1 February and 30 June If there are multiple hotlines covering different populations, please rate as indicator met.
Researcher Notes Indicator met- There are hotlines and web form available for victims of human trafficking. If yes to 2. NOT a single hotline exists where women or children can report, but nowhere for men to report exploitation. Please refer to the most relevant reporting mechanism identified in 2.
If multiple hotlines exist covering all sub- populations, please rate as indicator met. If some populations are not covered, please rate as indicator not met. Researcher Notes Indicator met- everyone can access at least one hotline service even if there are no dedicated services for men.
If no to 2. If multiple hotlines exist covering different populations and all are free of charge, please rate as indicator met. If some of the available and relevant hotlines are not free of charge, please rate as indicator not met. Researcher Notes Indicator met- all the services are free.
If multiple hotlines exist covering different populations and all are available in multiple lfy, please rate as indicator met.
If some hotlines are not available in multiple languages, please rate as indicator not met. Researcher Notes Indicator not met- no information available. Training for front line police has taken place on basic legal frameworks surrounding modern slavery AND victim identification AND training for police has occurred once since 30 June Definition of training includes formal in-person training as part of broader curriculum on human rights or other training programs, or part of an online training program.
Training can be provided by INGOs with lsy support support defined as permission, development of the training, or monetary or in-kind support. NOT booklets with indicators of trafficking have been handed out to police. NOT training for immigration, border guards, or labour inspectors. Researcher Notes Indicator met – training for law enforcement personnel has occurred on anti-human trafficking issues since 30th June This indicator is specifically asking if police who have received training have identified victims.
Researcher Notes Indicator not met- trained police have identified victims of human trafficking in the last year. Training covers indicators of modern slavery and how to refer individuals AND training is formal face-to-face or online modules AND training is provided to one or more of the following: Researcher Notes Indicator met- training has been delivered for labour inspectors.
Researcher Notes Indicator met – training is provided to social workers.
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OR yes to 2. NOT 205077 has been delivered to each of these groups once since Researcher Notes Indicator not met- government provided training every year in and ldy, but unclear on content of training.
Any kind of victim support service is available for men, women, or children 02507 services must be government run, or funded by government, or provided with in-kind support from the government AND services must be operational between 1 February and 30 June Support defined as permission, development of the training, or monetary or in-kind support. Researcher Notes Indicator met – shelters are operational. If yes to 3.
Children must also be able to leave when they wish but should be accompanied by a chaperone. If evidence that victims adults and children are detained against their will or are unable to leave unaccompanied adults or with a chaperone childrenthis meets the criteria of lfy indicator. If no to 3.
Researcher Notes Indicator not met – no information found. Support defined as in-kind or monetary support not just permission. If government provides some resources, but there are significant gaps not covered by INGOs or government, then please rate as indicator not met. Researcher Notes Indicator met- the government partially fund shelter programs even if it is reported as being limited for men and still not adequate to provide full care. If government provides lley physical and mental health support, but there are significant gaps not covered by INGOs or government, then please rate as indicator not met.
Researcher Notes Indicator met – physical and mental health ely available to victims. AND there are NO specific shelters or services for them.
This has also occurred between 1 February and 30 June NOT services are not available for a particular group, but no cases within that group were identified. This indicator is measuring gaps in existing services. Researcher Notes Indicator met-Men victims have been reported and the shelter and assistance leyy them is very limited. Examples include cases where facilities exist but lley are not being transferred to these facilities.
This indicator is measuring the use of existing services. Researcher Notes Indicator not met – victims oey accessed shelter in and NOT visas are available for victims — this is covered under Milestone 1, 3. Visas are available so that foreign victims can receive support either in country or in a third country after a reflection 2007 has expired AND these are available between 1 February and 30 June These visas include longer term visas AND reflection periods awarded on the basis of personal situation OR participation in a court case.
NOT children are placed in correctional facilities, boarding schools, or other non-specialised institutions. NOT family reunification program exists but is not currently funded. Researcher Notes Indicator met – there is provision ly family reunification in the law.
This training includes how to assist victims of modern slavery and can include do no harm principles, individualised treatment and care, comprehensive care, self-determination and participation, non-discrimination, confidentiality, and right to privacy OR direct assistance is provided by fully qualified social workers, psychologists, or doctors AND this has occurred since key June NOT training is provided by unskilled volunteers.
NOT general modern slavery training is provided to social workers. Direct victim assistance services means those services provided to workers who have regular contact with victims post-identification. It can include shelter workers, case managers, doctors, and psychologists. Researcher Notes Indicator met – training is provided to service providers. Evaluation internal 2057 external is defined as an assessment of the current services against the service objectives and incorporating client feedback.
NOT a description of the program or services provided. NOT ad hoc inspections without a clear sense of follow-up activities. NOT evaluations of the national action plan — this is covered under Milestone 3, 2. Researcher Notes Indicator met- direct victim assistance services are evaluated through the National Action Plan. First responders are defined as: General guidelines should exist at the national level for all responders, NOT police have their own guidelines.
Researcher Notes Indicator met- detailed guidelines available, updated June and distributed to all first responders. If yes to 4. If no to 4. Examples include a list of approved agencies and NGOs that can identify and certify victims of modern slavery. Researcher Notes Indicator met- there are established guidelines and responsibilities. There is a National Referral Mechanism for victims of modern slavery AND it includes government and non-governmental organisations AND it operated during the period between 1 February and 30 June NOT evidence that victims have been referred without a national system in place.
There is evidence that victims are referred through the National Referral Mechanism AND this has happened once between 1 February and 30 June Milestone 2 Criminal justice mechanisms function effectively to prevent modern slavery. Ratification or succession denoted by a d in brackets or accession denoted by an a in brackets of the Slavery Convention. Researcher Notes Indicator met – Signed on 20 June Researcher Notes Indicator met – Acceded on 20 June Researcher Notes Indicator met – Ratified 29 Nov Researcher Notes Indicator met – In force as of 10 June