Corporate Citizenship Perspectives

How to confront child labor in your supply chain

Posted by kerin.sikorski on Jun 12, 2014 9:54:05 AM

child-labourToday is World Day Against Child Labor, an annual day of awareness that brings together governments, employers, and workers organizations, as well as millions of people from around the world, to highlight the plight of child laborers and identify what can be done to help them. Throughout the world, approximately 168 million children work, many of them full-time, leaving them without access to education or time to play. More than half are exposed to hazardous work environments, including slavery, forced labor, drug trafficking, and prostitution.

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Topics: Regulation, Supply Chain Management, Human Rights, Governance, Trafficking

A corporate approach to eradicating child labor, forced labor, and human trafficking in the supply chain

Posted by Ryan Nick on Oct 30, 2013 6:56:43 AM

ChildLabor_toolkitThe international supply chain is a complex system that requires businesses’ increased attention and transparency due to the prevalence of human rights issues, from child labor and forced labor to human trafficking. This was the topic of our most recent webinar presented in conjunction with the Department of Labor.

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Topics: Corporate Citizenship, Supply Chain Management, Human Rights, Trafficking, Labor Laws

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