This report presents the International Labor Organization’s (ILO) indicators of forced labor. The indicators presented in this report can help identify victims of forced labor who may require assistance from criminal law enforcement officials, labor inspectors, trade union officers, NGO
workers and others.
This document presents eleven indicators, providing real-life examples to illustrate each one, accompanied by a brief explanation of what the indicator means in practice. The indicators will help you understand how forced labor arises and how it affects its victims.