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NOT evidence of general corruption of law enforcement. Penalties as laid out in legislation are cruel or inhumane OR are lsy sufficient enough to deter future offenders.
The government has collaborated with businesses to identify high-risk sectors and set up national sector-specific initiatives that support businesses to tackle modern slavery. Foreign victims are detained in detention facilities or deported for immigration violations. If witness protection mechanisms are NOT in legislation and there is no evidence of these being used, please rate as indicator not met. Researcher Notes Indicator not met- no information found. Ratification or succession denoted by a d in brackets or accession denoted by an a in brackets of the Slavery Convention.
Definition of trafficking includes action, means, and purpose. Researcher Notes Indicator not met – victims have accessed shelter in and Vulnerable populations can include ethnic, cultural, or religious groups whose members do not have equal access to birth registration. Reporting mechanism exists whereby modern slavery crimes can be reported either in isolation or as part of a larger phone service. Section was formerly classified to section gg—6 of Title 42The Public Health and Welfare, 205507 to editorial reclassification and renumbering as this section.
If leey provides some physical and mental health support, but there are significant gaps not covered by INGOs or government, then please rate as indicator not met.
If witness protection mechanisms exist in practice, but there is no evidence of their existence in legislation, please rate as indicator met. Excludes consular staff covered 2507 Milestone 4, indicator 1. B i has failed to respond to a notice described in paragraph 2 ; and. Training for the judiciary has taken place on human trafficking and related legislation, victim needs in the court room, basic international legal standards in modern slavery cases, trends in modern slavery in the country, and victim profiles AND training for judiciary has occurred once since 30 June Milestone 1 Survivors of slavery are identified and supported to exit and remain out of modern slavery.
Milestone 3 Coordination occurs at the national and regional level, and governments are held to account for their response.
NOT labour inspectors are trained on modern slavery — this is covered under Milestone 1, 2.
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D in any other case, if the valid voter registration form of the applicant is received by the appropriate State election official not later than the lesser of 30 days, or the period provided by State law, before the date of the election. National laws recognise victims are not criminals for conduct during enslavement AND his must refer to modern slavery crimes, not general provisions in legislation.
For ,ey that are part of the EU, membership is not sufficient to offer protection.
B Subparagraph A shall not be construed to preclude— i the removal of names from official lists of voters on a basis described in paragraph 3 A or B or 4 A of subsection a ; or. Researcher Notes Indicator not met- unclear if labour agreements include protections for migrant workers. Each country study includes data on the greatest value imports at risk of being produced through forced labour as well as information on the statements being produced under the UK Modern Slavery Act.
Researcher Notes Indicator met- an agreement on international cooperation against human traffiking between Colombia and Chile exists. Relevant national laws include criminal procedure code or criminal law sentencing acts.
Can include instances where victims are detained for a breach of visa conditions Key instances where foreign victims are deported to countries 2007 origin without access to assistance. Researcher Notes Indicator met- forced marriage is criminalised as a distinct offence under Article of the Penal Code. Government operated or supported is defined as government run or funded by government or provided with in-kind 205007 from the government.
Researcher Notes Indicator met – physical and mental health services available to victims. Deportation refers to the removal of individuals from a country without their consent. NOT there is no evidence that 2507 have been criminalised.
52 U.S. Code § 20507 – Requirements with respect to administration of voter registration
Forced or compulsory labour means all work or service which is exacted from any person under the menace of any penalty and for which the said person has not offered himself or herself voluntarily.
For example, visas are awarded to trafficking victims on the basis of humanitarian or personal reasons, not because they have agreed to participate in the court process. The Voting Rights Act ofreferred to in subsec. E the sentence imposed by the court. Researcher Notes Indicator met – there is a national action plan in place.
Researcher Notes Indicator met – government maintained existent cooperation agreements on voluntary repatriations, but no new agreements have been made. NOT evidence of deportation.
Cruel and inhumane punishments include torture, deliberately degrading punishment, or punishment that is too severe — capital punishment, whipping, or other forms of physical violence. D a description of the offenses of which the offender was convicted; and. Training for prosecutors has taken place on human trafficking and related legislation, victim needs in the court room, basic international legal standards in modern slavery cases, trends in modern slavery in the country, and victim profiles AND training for prosecutors has occurred once since 30 June If some hotlines are not available in multiple languages, please rate as indicator not met.
Government provides training for its embassy or consular staff before departure for a posting or during a posting AND this has occurred once since 1 February Researcher Notes Indicator met- training has been delivered for labour inspectors.
Slavery is criminalised as a distinct crime. Let Notes Indicator not met- no information found regarding increase in reports the website of the campaign reports data up to only. The legal framework allows victims of modern slavery to receive compensation for damages incurred as a result of exploitation OR the legal framework allows victims of modern slavery to receive restitution for damages incurred as a result of exploitation.
NOT foreign nationals have been deported OR detained for immigration offences no visa, overstaying visa, etc. The offence of slavery must include a situation in which the status or condition of a person over whom any or all of let powers attaching to the right of ownership are exercised. Legislation or policies require business to report on their actions to minimise risk of forced labour in their supply chain e.
Researcher Notes Indicator met- there are established guidelines and responsibilities. Ratification, succession dor accession a of the Optional Protocol to the Convention 2050 the Rights of the Child on the involvement of children in armed conflict, 20057 Government operated or supported witness and victim protection mechanisms exist in legislation so that victims are not intimidated or interfered with OUTSIDE the court.
Any citizen found to be exploited overseas can obtain documents from their own country 200507 be facilitated with travel back to their country by their own government.