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Bonded labor and slavery is a serious problem in Pakistan, with thousands of men, women, and children
trapped in situations of debt bondage, forced labor, and human trafficking. GBF is working to combat
this issue by advocating for the protection of the rights of bonded laborers and providing support and
resources to those affected by the system.
GBF is working to address gaps in available bonded labor laws by advocating for more comprehensive
legislation that specifically addresses bonded labor and slavery. They also work to raise awareness
among the general public, media, and key actors in the legal system about the issue to ensure that these
laws are properly enforced.
In addition to advocacy, GBF also provides direct support to bonded laborers and their families through
legal aid, counseling, and access to basic necessities such as food, shelter, and healthcare. They also
work to provide education and training opportunities to help individuals break free from the cycle of
bonded labor and slavery and gain the skills they need to support themselves and their families.
GBF is also working to address the root causes of bonded labor and slavery by advocating for improved
economic opportunities and social protection for marginalized communities. This includes working with
local organizations and government agencies to provide access to credit, training, and other resources
to help individuals and families build sustainable livelihoods.
Overall, GBF’s work on bonded labor and slavery is an important part of their broader efforts to promote
human rights and social justice in Pakistan. By advocating for legal protections, providing direct support
to those affected by the system, and working to address the root causes of the problem, GBF is making a
significant contribution to the fight against bonded labor and slavery in Pakistan.