Luxembourg – Forced labour
Part II: Specific objectives of the National Action Plan 2020-2022
1. The state duty to protect human rights
1.9. Consider ratification of the 2014 Protocol (P29) to the ILO Forced Labour Convention
The Protocol provides for access to appropriate and effective remedies and redress mechanisms, such as compensation for victims. It also strengthens international cooperation in the fight against forced or compulsory labour. The protocol emphasises the role of employers and workers in the fight against forced labour.
|Objectively verifiable indicators||× Benchmark: NAP 1|
|Verification sources||× NAP 1 Implementation Report
× Follow-up in the Working Group on Business and Human Rights [GT « Entreprises et droits de l’Homme »]
|Expected results||× Ratification of the Protocol|
|Implementation timeline||As soon as possible|
|Means of implementation||× MAEE (Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs), Directorate for European Affairs and International Economic Relations|
The 2020-22 NAP states the second edition of the National Action Plan complements the first NAP. Additional information about the first NAP can be found here.