Country Policy Research Workshop on Brazil

Hamid, Nesrien ed. Country Policy Research Workshop on Brazil 2020/10/21 Brasília. New York: United Nations University, 2021.

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    Author Hamid, Nesrien
    Event series Delta 8.7 Policy Research Workshop
    Title of Event Country Policy Research Workshop on Brazil
    Date of Event 2020/10/21
    Place of Event Brasília
    Organizer United Nations University Centre for Policy Research
    Repórter Brasil
    Publication Date 2021-02-03
    Place of Publication New York
    Publisher United Nations University
    Pages 18
    Language eng
    Abstract The Delta 8.7 Country Policy Research Workshop on Brazil: Workshop Briefing provides a summary of the inaugural Policy Research Workshop held in October. This first workshop focused on Brazil, bringing together policymakers from the Brazilian Federal Labour Prosecution Office, the Public Prosecutor’s Office, the Ministry of the Economy and the International Labour Organization as well as members of civil society and researchers from Brazil and elsewhere for a closed-door discussion of “what works” to combat modern slavery in Brazil. Through in-depth interviews with workshop participants, identified themes were points of departure for rich discussions throughout the workshop that spanned community-led initiatives to combat modern slavery to the possible alignment between efforts to combat slave labour and child labour. The discussions aimed to identify what is known to be most effective to combat modern slavery in Brazil and to facilitate exchange between policy actors and researchers. This briefing outlines the most pertinent recommendations and questions that arose in the discussion.
    Keyword Child labour
    Forced labour
    Modern slavery
    Human trafficking
    Copyright Holder United Nations University
    Copyright Year 2021
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9789280865264
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