Verité’s New Approaches to Fighting Abuse of Indian Workers in Gulf Cooperation Council Countries

Verité’s New Approaches to Fighting Abuse of Indian Workers in Gulf Cooperation Council Countries

Through generous funding by the United States Department of State’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (DRL), Verité is continuing to support workers navigating risks in new labor markets between Uttar Pradesh, India and the Gulf States. This project focuses on building capacities of partners to provide guidance to workers during the recruitment process in Uttar Pradesh, and to safely navigate systems for addressing any exploitation they may encounter during employment in the Gulf.

What We’re Talking About in February 2021

What We’re Talking About in February 2021

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New Project to Support Enhanced Tracing of Goods Made with Child and Forced Labor

New Project to Support Enhanced Tracing of Goods Made with Child and Forced Labor

Verité is pleased to announce the launch of an exciting new initiative to support the enhanced tracing of goods made with child and forced labor. The STREAMS project (Supply Chain Tracing and Engagement Methodologies) will be implemented by Verité in collaboration with organizations that include Phylagen, RCS Global, the Responsible Sourcing Network and Sourcemap.