Forced labour in UK

April 2005
RoSPA Occupational Safety & Health Journal;Apr2005, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p5
Reports on the exploitation and control that migrant workers, including those with the right to work, experience in Great Britain as of April 2005. Overview of the report "Forced Labour and Migration to the UK" regarding the exploitation of the migrant workers who can legally work in the country; Instances where the workers' employers have the power over them; Factors identified by the International Labour Organisation that indicate forced labour.


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