Links to stories we’re talking about in March 2018.
Links to stories we’re talking about in February 2018.
Links to stories we’re talking about in January 2018.
Verité is pleased to announce the launch of a new web resource, www.verite.org/africa, to help users understand the risk of human trafficking associated with global supply chains operating in sub-Saharan Africa. The African region has acted as a supplier of labor and raw materials to the rest of the world for centuries, often under terms that have resulted in harm to African people and nations. Companies and governments have both an ethical and a legal responsibility to minimize the risks to human rights associated with global economic activity in Africa, including the risk of human trafficking.
The five newly updated commodities in Verité’s Forced Labor Commodity Atlas are: diamonds; jewels; coltan, tungsten, and tin; cattle; and rubber. Stay tuned as we continue to add new commodity pages for all 43 commodities from the report: Strengthening Protections Against Trafficking in Persons in Federal and Corporate Supply Chains: Research on Risk in 43 Commodities Worldwide, made possible through support provided by the U.S. Department of State.