Strengthening Financial Inclusion to Protect Against Modern Slavery: Applying Lessons to Bank Forcibly Displaced Persons/Refugees

Vaughn, Leona and Simon Zaugg (2023). Strengthening Financial Inclusion to Protect Against Modern Slavery: Applying Lessons to Bank Forcibly Displaced Persons/Refugees. United Nations University.

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    Author Vaughn, Leona
    Simon Zaugg
    Title Strengthening Financial Inclusion to Protect Against Modern Slavery: Applying Lessons to Bank Forcibly Displaced Persons/Refugees
    Publication Date 2023-06-15
    Place of Publication New York
    Publisher United Nations University
    Pages 20
    Language eng
    Abstract This report outlines practical insights from the financial sector, with a specific focus on the banking sector and the regulatory/supervisory authorities overseeing the financial sector, in their responses to the financial inclusion needs of persons forcibly displaced by the war in Ukraine who are highly vulnerable to modern slavery, including human trafficking. The ways in which financial institutions as well as public regulatory/supervisory authorities have innovated specific products and processes for displaced people in this context offers important lessons to others in the sector on how to meet the needs of vulnerable people in current and future crises around the world.
    UNBIS Thesaurus TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS
    SLAVERY
    FINANCE
    Keyword Modern slavery
    Human trafficking
    Finance
    Financial inclusion
    Copyright Holder United Nations University
    Copyright Year 2023
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9789280866018
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