Advancing human rights, addressing conflict and promoting peace
ODI brings political economy perspectives to aid understanding, particularly in conflict-affected and violent settings.
ODI on Human rights
Rethinking labour recruitment to reduce exploitation and trafficking of migrants
This thematic brief sets out the challenges and makes recommendations for how regular migration channels might be improved.
Position paper: Advisory Group for a Global Summit for Afghan women and girls
Recommendations for how the UN and donor governments can support Afghan women and girls through a Global Summit.
Addressing exploitation of labour migrants in Southeast Asia: Beyond a counter-trafficking criminal justice response
This thematic brief sets out a diversity of forms of exploitation that labour migrants in Southeast Asia experience, and the implications for how efforts to respond might need to adapt.
Labour migration in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam: migrants’ vulnerabilities and capacities across the labour migration cycle
This thematic brief sets out these vulnerabilities and the exploitation to which they can lead, as well as labour migrants’ capacities to protect themselves, drawing on research in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam.
Labour migration and trafficking in persons: a political economy analysis
Labour exploitation and trafficking in persons are complex problems. The factors that shape vulnerabilities to labour exploitation and trafficking in persons cut across different political, economic, social and cultural institutions and structures.
Re-shaping the migration story: centring the hopes, decisions and experiences of those on the move
Re-shaping the migration story: let's begin to centre the hopes, decisions, and experiences of those on the move