Immigration Law is one of the most sensitive sectors in the human rights field, since it expresses the right to a free and decent life. However, the respect to human dignity is often questioned by economic and political interests.
Even in this field, the human rights implementation process is thus strictly linked to a possible engagement of companies. In this perspective, among the national priorities listed by the Italian National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights – adopted by the Italian Government in December 2016 – the tackle to ‘caporalato’ and other forms of forced and irregular labor, with a particular focus on migrants and victims of human trafficking.
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