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Elimination Of All Form Of Forced
And Compulsory Labour
Contents
 What does forced labour mean?
 Forms of Forced Labour
 Types of forced labour
 Forced labour in Different Field
 Child Labour
 Conlusion
What does forced labour mean?
 Forced or compulsory labour is any work or service that is
exacted from any person under the menace of any penalty,
and for which that person has not offered himself or herself
voluntarily.
 Providing wages or other compensation to a worker does
not necessarily indicate that the labour is not forced.
Forced labor
 ILO estimates that there are 24.9 million people
who are victims of forced labor at the hands of
private agents
 The principle against forced labor is an absolute
standard and cannot be waived for “less desirable”
people or for “good cause”
Forms of Forced Labour
 Slavery (i.e. by birth/ descent into “slave” or bonded status)
 Child labour in particularly abusive conditions where the child
has no choice about whether to work
 Physical abduction or kidnapping
 Sale of a person into the ownership of another
Types of Forced Labour
 Forced Labour Exploitation
 State-Imposed Forced Labour
 Forced Sexual Exploitation
Forced Labour Exploitation
 Exploitation of labour is the
act of treating one's workers
unfairly for one's own benefit.
 KarlMarx(German philosopher
) who is considered the most
classical and influential
theorist of exploitation
State-Imposed Forced Labour
 When states exploit individual
bodies for their own gain, it’s named
as state-imposed forced labour.
 According to the ILO researches, of
the total number of victims of forced
labour , 2.2 million are in this form
of forced labour
Forced Sexual Exploitation
 Sexual exploitation is the sexual abuse of children and youth
through the exchange of sex or sexual acts for drugs, food,
shelter, protection, other basics of life, and/or money.
 The number of people trapped in forced labour, domestic
servitude and forced sexual exploitation is estimated to
be 4.5 million.
Forced Labor in World
Forced labour in Different Field
 Agriculture and fishing
 Domestic work
 Construction, mining, quarrying and brick kilns
 Manufacturing and packing
 Prostitution and sexual exploitation
 Illegal activities
Causes of Forced Labour
 Poverty
 Lack of sustainable jobs
 Education
 Weak rule of law
 Corruption
 Economy dependent on cheap labour
Child Labour
 Work that deprives children of their
childhood, their potential and their
dignity, and that is physically, socially
or morally dangerous and harmful
to children and mental
development.
 In Pakistan Child Labour is more
than 4 million
Child Labor in World
Conclusion
 Be proactive and root out forced Labor
 Be an advocate for those who have no voice to defend
themselves
 Seek out solutions for victims of forced labor
 Ensure that employment contracts of other businesses one
deals with have been provided
 Contribute to larger community efforts to eliminate force
labor and help workers to find freely chosen work
THANKYOU

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Elimination of all form of force are compulsory

  • 1. Elimination Of All Form Of Forced And Compulsory Labour
  • 2. Contents  What does forced labour mean?  Forms of Forced Labour  Types of forced labour  Forced labour in Different Field  Child Labour  Conlusion
  • 3. What does forced labour mean?  Forced or compulsory labour is any work or service that is exacted from any person under the menace of any penalty, and for which that person has not offered himself or herself voluntarily.  Providing wages or other compensation to a worker does not necessarily indicate that the labour is not forced.
  • 4. Forced labor  ILO estimates that there are 24.9 million people who are victims of forced labor at the hands of private agents  The principle against forced labor is an absolute standard and cannot be waived for “less desirable” people or for “good cause”
  • 5. Forms of Forced Labour  Slavery (i.e. by birth/ descent into “slave” or bonded status)  Child labour in particularly abusive conditions where the child has no choice about whether to work  Physical abduction or kidnapping  Sale of a person into the ownership of another
  • 6. Types of Forced Labour  Forced Labour Exploitation  State-Imposed Forced Labour  Forced Sexual Exploitation
  • 7. Forced Labour Exploitation  Exploitation of labour is the act of treating one's workers unfairly for one's own benefit.  KarlMarx(German philosopher ) who is considered the most classical and influential theorist of exploitation
  • 8. State-Imposed Forced Labour  When states exploit individual bodies for their own gain, it’s named as state-imposed forced labour.  According to the ILO researches, of the total number of victims of forced labour , 2.2 million are in this form of forced labour
  • 9. Forced Sexual Exploitation  Sexual exploitation is the sexual abuse of children and youth through the exchange of sex or sexual acts for drugs, food, shelter, protection, other basics of life, and/or money.  The number of people trapped in forced labour, domestic servitude and forced sexual exploitation is estimated to be 4.5 million.
  • 11. Forced labour in Different Field  Agriculture and fishing  Domestic work  Construction, mining, quarrying and brick kilns  Manufacturing and packing  Prostitution and sexual exploitation  Illegal activities
  • 12. Causes of Forced Labour  Poverty  Lack of sustainable jobs  Education  Weak rule of law  Corruption  Economy dependent on cheap labour
  • 13. Child Labour  Work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential and their dignity, and that is physically, socially or morally dangerous and harmful to children and mental development.  In Pakistan Child Labour is more than 4 million
  • 14. Child Labor in World
  • 15. Conclusion  Be proactive and root out forced Labor  Be an advocate for those who have no voice to defend themselves  Seek out solutions for victims of forced labor  Ensure that employment contracts of other businesses one deals with have been provided  Contribute to larger community efforts to eliminate force labor and help workers to find freely chosen work