Few reports have as much significance in the world of labor rights as the bi-annual U.S. Department of Labor’s List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor, the latest edition of which was released on September 30.
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- Webinar: Introducing the Supply Chain Traceability Matrix
- Despite ‘No Fees to Workers’ Policies, Workers Are Still Paying
- Verité’s CEO publishes a new book chapter on the Model Contract Clauses Project
- Verité leads panel discussion with Better Cotton and USDOL on traceability for sustainable cotton at Better Cotton’s Annual Conference
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