Preventing and Reducing Modern Slavery Risks for Diverse Men in Conflict and Crisis Through Increased Financial Inclusion

Smith, Angharad and Vaughn, Leona (2023). Preventing and Reducing Modern Slavery Risks for Diverse Men in Conflict and Crisis Through Increased Financial Inclusion. United Nations University.

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  • Author Smith, Angharad
    Vaughn, Leona
    Title Preventing and Reducing Modern Slavery Risks for Diverse Men in Conflict and Crisis Through Increased Financial Inclusion
    Publication Date 2023-10-13
    Place of Publication New York
    Publisher United Nations University
    Pages 7
    Language eng
    Abstract Drawing on a review of relevant literature, this policy brief outlines an analysis of the current policy landscape for preventing modern slavery risks in conflict and crisis and how this addresses gender, the needs of diverse men (men of diverse backgrounds, for example gender expression, sexual orientation, ethnicity, age, and ability), and financial inclusion. It identifies key areas for consideration when aiming to develop inclusive, gender-responsive anti-slavery/trafficking prevention policy. It specifically highlights opportunities to integrate financial access and inclusion into humanitarian policy approaches.
    UNBIS Thesaurus FINANCE
    TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS
    CONFLICT
    Keyword Modern slavery
    Conflict
    Crises
    Diverse men
    Copyright Holder United Nations University
    Copyright Year 2023
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9789280866124
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