Tag: forced labour

  • Child workers in Vietnam face further exploitation

    Vietnamese children as young as 11 are working for up to 18 hours a day in harsh and abusive conditions, often unpaid and denied communication with their families, a study shows. The study, led by Professor Susan Kneebone of Monash University’s Castan Centre for Human Rights Law in collaboration with the children’s foundation Blue Dragon, looks at the causes and […]

  • A trafficking jam: How can China better address the serious problem of labour trafficking?

    Guest Blogger: Sophia Kagan, Castan Centre Honorary Associate ‘Why are you focusing on a problem that affects so few people?’ asked my interviewee, an academic in rural migrant issues. ‘Even the media don’t bother reporting it – that’s how small an issue it is’. We are discussing trafficking for forced labour in China and my […]