Call On World Leaders to Ratify the ILO's Protocol on Forced Labor
Insan Dost Association came to existence in 1986 and was formally registered in 2002. It emerged as a humanitarian organization working for democracy and human rights in Pakistan. Today, its main areas of concern include the fundamental rights of freedom of movement, choice of job, access to basic social services and freedom from all forms of physical, mental and sexual abuse.
To achieve a bonded labor-free society by building bonded laborers' awareness of their rights, organizing and mobilizing them to struggle for their rights; advocating for their rights; and working with government agencies and civil society to give them freedom, social protection and citizen rights
A society free of bonded labor where people, particularly the most vulnerable, are able to live with dignity and rights, without any discrimination