While we are humbled by the great deal more we need to accomplish, we are proud of what we have been able to achieve this past year. Please join us in a review of selected notable projects from 2019.
New Estimates of Child Labor, Forced Labor, and Human Trafficking in Global Supply Chains | Modern Slavery is a Problem that Companies Cannot Ignore | Worker-Owned Apps Are Trying to Fix the Gig Economy’s Exploitation | World’s Largest Fund Drops G4S Over Modern Slavery Fears | And More
Is human trafficking hidden in your food and beverage supply chain? This 45-minute event will offer companies in the food and beverage sector concrete strategies, tools, and processes to address and prevent human trafficking in their supply chains in accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) “Ending Trafficking in Persons.”
Groundbreaking Agreement to Combat Sexual Harassment at a Major Garment Supplier | A First Look at Employers Using the J-1 Summer Work Travel Visa | The Outlaw Ocean: Journeys Across the Last Untamed Frontier by Ian Urbina
ILO Passes Historic Treaty to End Workplace Harassment | Labour Issues in the Coffee Sector | Where Does Your Plastic Go? | A Business Case for Ethical Recruitment by Kenyan Private Employment Agencies (PEAs) | Social Value to Gain Stronger Foothold in UK Government Procurement