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.
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Peter Williams represents Home-Workers Worldwide within ETI. He has worked on labour rights and social development issues, both in the UK and overseas, including with Oxfam's Fair Trade Programme and as global adviser on the livelihoods of informal workers in international supply chains. Peter is also the Co-ordinator of the ETI NGO Caucus.