Strengthening the evidence base


Research Agendas

The global and national research agendas aim to identify priority focus areas to advance global and national efforts against forced labour, modern slavery, human trafficking and child labour.


Evidence Gap Maps

The Evidence Gap Maps are designed to offer the opportunity to all stakeholders to initiate and support research on child labour, forced labour and human trafficking addressing the identified priority areas.


Donor and International Organizations Mapping

These two databases aim to contribute to the sharing of information and facilitating synergies among donors as well as among partner international and regional organizations.


Bibliography Tool

The bibliography takes stock of existing research, data and policies on forced labour, modern slavery, human trafficking and child labour, to inform global and national evidence gaps.


Research for Policy Guidance

The specially tailored online space allows policy actors to easily access evidence-based policies that have shown positive results in combatting forced labour and child labour in relevant contexts.


Digital Factsheets


Statistical toolkit

A set of tools for researchers conducting surveys and analyses.