Find out about FLEX’s action plan “Risky business: tackling exploitation in the UK labour market” on tackling labour abuses and providing protection to workers.
The Modern Slavery Act is forcing businesses to discuss slavery openly to an extent that has not occurred since the days of the 19th century abolitionists.
Not only is paying a living wage part of the ETI Base Code of labour standards, it is also part of the responsibilities on business set out in the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.
Drawing lessons from "manual scavenging", here's why companies need to look our for caste discrimination in their Indian supply chains.
Millions of workers and trade unions stand up for World Decent Work Day.
The ILO is in a process of considering whether to establish a new convention on “Ending violence and harassment against women and men in the world of work”.
There is increasing awareness around modern slavery and labour exploitation. Not only within businesses but also by policymakers and the public.
The right to freedom of association and freedom of expression are central to combatting modern slavery and child labour.
Speakers at ETI's ethical insights discussion on labour exploitation comment on the upcoming UK labour market enforcement consultation.
When the United Kingdom ratified ILO Convention No.98 on the Right to Organise and Collective Bargaining.
Effective collaboration between unions and businesses is vital.
The ILO launches new global estimates of people in modern slavery – including forced labour and child labour.
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