Estimating Forced Labor in the Brick-Kiln Industry in Pakistan

Project Status:

Ongoing Projects

Lead Faculty:

Courtland Robinson

The research aims to estimate prevalence rates and risk factors associated with trafficking and forced labor in the brick kiln industry in Pakistan. We are one of seven grantees worldwide conducting these studies which will not only provide estimates of forced labor for policy and program interventions but also compare and contrast estimation methodologies to improve global measures of human trafficking and forced labor in low and middle income country settings.


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Anne Wallis

Dr. Anne Baber Wallis is faculty in the Department of Epidemiology and...

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Paul Bolton

Paul Bolton MB BS MPH MSc is a Senior Scientist in the Department of Mental...

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Neil J. Saad Duque

Dr. Neil J. Saad Duque is an epidemiologist and an expert in...

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Salomine Ekambi

Salomine Ekambi, MSPH is an early-career researcher with a Master of...

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Paolo Verme

Paolo Verme is a Lead Economist, Manager of the Research Program on Forced...

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