عنوان مقاله [English]
The desire for freedom is resulted from the human nature of which does not support mandatory. In the case of working, people don’t accept anything that they are not interested in and or do not tolerate the things that are imposed on them. Forced labor is a serious but common violation of human rights in economic, social and political point of view. Forced labor is a global phenomenon in which millions of people live in the form of modern slavery. Today, a tangible example would be the constructions of Stadium required by the State of Qatar for the upcoming soccer World Cup by thousands of foreign workers in the country. Forced labor is of issues that many national laws and regulations of the international conventions in recent decades, have endorsed its forbidding. However, issues such as military service, civic commitments, forced labor as a conviction by a competent court, minor general services, because of reasonable grounds are considered as excluded instances of forced labor. This means that the forced labor in this case is absolutely necessary and it is an issue of human rights in accordance with the laws and regulations of which today are considered in the laws of many countries. The present study investigated the prohibition of forced labor in the current laws of Iran and International Labour Organization Convention No. 29, adopted in 1930.