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Former child labourer, India

What would loosen the roots of labour exploitation in supply chains?

Written by Rachel Wilshaw on March 27th 2015

Forced labour is a symptom of a wider malaise facing workers in global supply chains. Governance gaps and skewed business structures are exacerbating inequality and must be tackled for workers to be properly protected.
Homeworkers in Bareilly, India

How can we prevent child labour amongst homeworkers?

Written by Peter Williams on March 27th 2015

Child labour is harder to find in factories, but still common in informal production. Homeworkers Worldwide and Traidcraft's new toolkit helps companies reduce the risk of child labour in craft supply chains.
Women organising for workers' rights, Tanzania

Why DO workers join trade unions?

Written by Stirling Smith on February 7th 2015

Stirling Smith looks at some new data on why workers join trade unions and shows how unions benefit business.
A white dove in flight

10 New Year's resolutions to prevent modern slavery

Written by Cindy Berman on December 23rd 2014

The UK has shown admirable commitment and leadership in its ambition to be a global leader in combating modern slavery. But it’s not there yet, says ETI Head of Knowledge & Learning, Cindy Berman.