- Step 1: Engage Stakeholders and Partners
- Step 2: Assess risks and impacts
- Step 3: Develop code of conduct
- Step 4: Communicate and Train across your supply chain
- Step 5: Monitor compliance
- Step 6: Remediate violations
- Step 7: Independent review
- Step 8: Report performance
ILAB welcomes feedback on the Reducing Child Labor and Forced Labor toolkit. To submit feedback on this section, please e-mail ILAB.
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- IFC. Good Practice Note: Addressing Grievances from Project-Affected Communities, No. 7. 2009; available from http://www.ifc.org/ifcext/sustainability.nsf/AttachmentsByTitle/
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- ILO, UNICEF and UN.GIFT. Training Manual to Fight Trafficking in Children for Labour, Sexual and Other Forms of Exploitation: Textbook 1: Understanding child trafficking. 2009; available from http://www.unicef.org/protection/Textbook_1.pdf.
- ILO, UNICEF and UN.GIFT. Training Manual to Fight Trafficking in Children for Labour, Sexual and Other Forms of Exploitation: Textbook 2: Action against child trafficking at policy and outreach levels. 2009; available from http://www.unicef.org/protection/Textbook_2.pdf.
- International Trade Union Confederation. Mini Action Guide: Forced Labour. 2008; available from http://www.ituc-csi.org/IMG/pdf/guide_forced_labour_EN.pdf.
- IOM/OSCE/ILO. “Handbook on Establishing Effective Labour Migration Policies in Countries of Origin and Destination.” 2006; available from http://www.iom.int/jahia/webdav/site/myjahiasite/shared/shared/mainsite/published_docs/
- IOM/OSCE/ILO. “Handbook on Establishing Effective Labour Migration Policies - Mediterranean edition.”2007, available from http://www.osce.org/eea/29630.
- IOM/OSCE. “Training Modules on Labour Migration Management – Trainer’s Manual.” 2011; available from http://www.iom.int/jahia/webdav/shared/shared/mainsite/published_docs/
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- Verité. Fair Hiring Toolkit; available from http://www.verite.org/helpwanted/toolkit.
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