Forced Labour Monitoring Group (External organisation)

Activity: MembershipAdvisory Group


Member of the Forced Labour Monitoring Group

The Forced Labour Monitoring Group (FLMG) is a network of people and organizations interested in research and policy on forced labour. It operates by drawing academics, experts, government and other user (policy and activist) groups into productive dialogue, and by fostering collaborations for the purposes of evaluating the UK response to forced labour, or for other tasks such as submitting evidence to inquiries and responding to legislative processes. The FLMG was established in 2013 because of a belief in the need for a permanent focal point for academic and policy discussion around forced labour in the UK. Funding was initially obtained through the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to run a series of events in the period January 2013 – April 2014.
Held atForced Labour Monitoring Group, United Kingdom