Our Services

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We all want a world free from modern slavery. Providing training, research, and consultancy services to NGOs, private sector, and governments alike, HRC can help you be part of the solution.

Local insights, better solutions

Our modern slavery consultancy is revolutionising the norm. Unlike other consultancies, we prioritise training and employing researchers who are local to the region we are researching. This means we can reveal locally harvested, richly nuanced insights that get straight to the heart of issues, and subsequently, craft better solutions for you.

Working with HRC, you’ll be able to:

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Understand and systemically eliminate the risk of modern slavery in your supply chain

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Be part of the systems change providing opportunities to local professionals from all over the world, especially from developing countries

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Support HRC as a social enterprise, who invest 50% of our surplus into our social mission

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Training

Our trainings provide NGOs with strengthened capacity to join the fight against modern slavery. We recognise the expertise and importance of local insights, and are here to bridge the gap between international and local organisations.

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Research

Our research and investigation services uncover emerging and ongoing forms of modern slavery. We work with local experts, producing outputs to support global stakeholders in crafting a stronger response to fight modern slavery.

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Consulting

Want to know more about emerging or existing forms of human trafficking in your region? Wondering how your NGO can be part of the solution? Book an online consultation with HRC!

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Tailored Programmes

If you’re interested in a tailored service, please reach out to us.

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Training

Our trainings provide government agencies, including law enforcement, with comprehensive insights and mitigation strategies to combat the most prevalent forms of modern slavery impacting the nation and region.

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Research

Our research and investigation services uncover emerging and ongoing forms of modern slavery. Our local, evidence-based insights influence policy-makers and law enforcement efforts, crafting a stronger global response to fight modern slavery.

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Consulting

Want to know more about emerging or existing forms of human trafficking in your region, and how your government entities can be part of the solution? Book an online consultation with HRC!

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Tailored Programmes

If you’re interested in a tailored service, please reach out to us.

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Training

Your brand strives to be ethical, but aligning your global suppliers sounds like a daunting task? Leave it to us. We are here to ensure your brand’s human rights standards and ethical values are conveyed and respected by all suppliers through bespoke trainings.

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Research

Using local insights to connect directly with suppliers around the world, our research looks to uncover and systemically address issues of modern slavery and labour exploitation that may be present in your supply chain.

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Consulting

Searching for someone to talk to shape strategies to eliminate the risks of labour exploitation in your supply chain? Want to have a conversation to know more about modern slavery in relation to your sector? Book an online consultation with HRC!

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Tailored Programmes

If you’re interested in a tailored service, please reach out to us.

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Testimonials

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I feel fortunate to have worked with a group of passionate and dedicated young individuals at HRC. Among the various subjects that capture their attention, the issue of modern slavery stands out, despite its lack of prominence in the agendas of many organizations and governments. Despite its modest size, HRC is driven by an unwavering determination to effect positive change and contribute to a better world.

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Cambodia

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The partnership between The Mekong Club and Humanity Research Consultancy (HRC) on several crucial projects has been outstanding. The expertise and innovative thinking that HRC has brought to the table are truly inspiring. I am confident that our combined efforts will continue to make a significant impact in addressing the issue of human trafficking across Asia.

Matthew Friedman

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The Mekong Club

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Through our cooperation with Humanity Research Consultancy and Asia CTIP, we at Anirban, a voluntary organization in Jashore, have been provided with office space to carry out our daily activities and have the opportunity to stand on our own.

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ANIBARN at Jashore

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We, Anirban, a voluntary organisation led by human trafficking survivors, combat human trafficking. In early 2023, Humanity Research Consultancy invited us to participate in their Participatory Action Research. This collaboration provided unique insights into our connections with governments and NGOs. HRC's respectful approach and commitment to fulfilling promises stood out. We are privileged to work with them and are deeply grateful for their support.

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Anirban Jashore and Cox's Bazar

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Our Clients

Some of our clients over the years:

We have worked with the British Institute of International and Comparative Law to research determinants of anti-trafficking policies in Bahrain and Algeria. The projects assessed the links and sequencing of specific factors that have yielded improved political will and capacity in national governments to address trafficking in persons and which have led to sustained and comprehensive anti-trafficking efforts.

We have worked with the UK-based think tank Institute of Development Studies on a participatory research project funded by Winrock International and USAID. The project enhanced understanding as to what counts as successful reintegration for survivors of human trafficking, with a focus on Cambodia and Bangladesh.

We work with the International Labor Rights Forum on a diagnostic assessment to support the expansion of the Seafood Working Group – a global coalition of labour, human rights and environmental organisations working to end labour abuse and forced labour in the global seafood industry.

We have collaborated with Winrock International since 2020, focusing on the USAID Asia CTIP project to research human trafficking. We have worked together on several projects in Southeast Asia, such as Cambodia CTIP, Laos CTIP, Thailand CTIP, and FSTIP, with research conducted in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Dubai, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Malaysia, and Thailand. These projects have revealed systematic vulnerabilities that lead to human trafficking and modern slavery. Recently, we have intensively investigated issues related to cyber slavery in Southeast Asia used for organised fraud.

We collaborate with Conservation International (CI) on research into using Electronic Monitoring (EM) systems on distant water fishing vessels to advance human rights and promote social responsibility onboard. We aim to effectively utilise EM systems to bolster the protection of workers at sea.

We work with Humanity United on profiling Taiwanese distant water vessel owners to steer the system towards a more ethical fishing industry. We gain insights into the incentives, characteristics, and challenges within the Taiwanese distant water fishing industry, paving the way for potential improvements and reforms.