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Vietnam's seafood production

Take immediate measures to eradicate forced labor, end modern slavery and human trafficking, and eliminate child labor, including child soldiers.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Human Rights Advocacy Groups: Focus on human rights and work to combat modern slavery, trafficking, and child labor within the community.

  2. Women's Shelters and Support Centers: Provide support to women and address issues related to trafficking and exploitation, aiding survivors.

  3. Youth Empowerment Organizations: Work with young people to address child labor issues and provide education and support to prevent exploitation.

  4. Legal Aid and Advocacy Organizations: Specialize in legal aid and advocacy and work to protect the rights of victims and prosecute perpetrators.

  5. Faith-Based Organizations: Engage in community outreach programs that address social issues, including modern slavery and human trafficking.

  6. Educational Institutions and NGOs: Schools, colleges, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) focused on education work to prevent child labor and promote awareness about trafficking.

  7. Community Development Organizations: Work on overall community development may incorporate initiatives to address the root causes of modern slavery and child labor.

  8. Healthcare and Counseling Centers: Provide healthcare and counseling services and may work with survivors of trafficking and exploitation.

  9. Labor Unions and Workers' Rights Groups: Focus on workers' rights and address labor exploitation and unfair working conditions.

  10. Community Policing and Law Enforcement Partnerships: Collaboration between local law enforcement and community organizations can be effective in preventing and combating human trafficking and exploitation.

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