The Global Slavery Index – 2018.


Published 19 July, 2018, the Global Slavery Index covers 167 countries, presenting country level data on prevalence, vulnerability and governmental responses to Modern Slavery.  Each country report is listed alphabetically, where each government’s response data is used to assess responses since 2014.
The 2018 report focuses on the top 12 global economies, providing information on the types of modern slavery and vulnerability factors affecting each of these countries, as well as the actions of the respective governments.
Each country study includes data on the greatest value-imports at risk of being produced through forced labour as well as information on the statements being produced under the UK Modern Slavery Act.
The studies conclude with a series of recommendations.
Full report available at:
Executive Summary is available at:
Highlights are available at:
A series of 5 Essays included in the Index, including one by H.E Kevin Hyland, OBE, are available at:
Global Findings are available at:
Regional Findings are available at:
Spotlights on specific sectors (Fishing and Cocoa) available at:
Prepared by Anne Kelleher, RENATE Communications.