Why We Need a Global Fund Model to Fight Modern Slavery

GFEMS article published in Delta 8.7: “Modern slavery is a crime of economic opportunity that is present in every country, driven in part by a supply of vulnerable populations and a demand for cheap goods and services. With more than 25 million people enslaved globally (according to the Global Estimates, 40.3 million people are in slavery globally, of which 15.3 million are in forced marriage) modern slavery exists at the intersection of global trends such as migration, organized crime, illegal migration, national security and global business operations.

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GDI BMC
Making Forced Labour Economically Unprofitable

GFEMS article published in Delta 8.7: “Modern slavery is a crime against humanity and a crime of economic opportunity, generating an estimated $150 billion in illegal profits to traffickers. It erodes economies and communities and sits at the intersection of global issues including migration, organized crime and global business operations.

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GDI BMC
GFEMS issues call for concept notes from partners

The Global Fund to End Modern Slavery (GFEMS) is pleased to kick off global programming with a call for concept notes. We look forward to submissions from implementing partners eager to join our effort to sustainably end modern slavery by making it economically unprofitable.

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McKinley