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
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 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: let's begin to centre the hopes, decisions, and experiences of those on the move
International humanitarian actors have a key role to play as part of the wider collective of protection advocates. But are they playing their part and, more crucially, are they having any impact? If not, why not, and what needs to be done to turn that around?
A look at how to challenge the foundations of dysfunctional, dangerous anti-immigration policies, which are based on an assumption that everyone outside Europe seeks to move there.
Advocating together to strengthen protection: collective efforts of international and national organisations
This briefing note explores collective advocacy efforts in protection between international and national actors.