Modern Slavery and Financial Exclusion: Exploring Crisis-Related Risks for Men

Smith, Angharad and Vaughn, Leona (2024). Modern Slavery and Financial Exclusion: Exploring Crisis-Related Risks for Men. United Nations University.

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    Author Smith, Angharad
    Vaughn, Leona
    Title Modern Slavery and Financial Exclusion: Exploring Crisis-Related Risks for Men
    Publication Date 2024-01-30
    Place of Publication New York
    Publisher United Nations University
    Pages 68
    Language eng
    Abstract This UNU-CPR collaborative report with All Survivors Project focuses on two country case studies – Haiti and Poland – to explore how international policy and guidance is impacting national policy and local actors in their work to implement gender-responsive actions for preventing modern slavery and financial exclusion. These case studies help identify common themes in relation to this policy area and shape the report’s recommendations – which are designed to enhance efforts to combat modern slavery and promote financial inclusion, inclusive of diverse men, during times of crisis.
    UNBIS Thesaurus CRISIS MANAGEMENT
    ARMED CONFLICTS
    TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS
    Keyword Modern slavery
    Diverse men
    Human trafficking
    Forced labour
    Crisis
    Conflict
    Copyright Holder United Natons University
    Copyright Year 2024
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9789280866179
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