A child labour free Europe: How the new Commission can make it happen

By |november 19th, 2019|child labour, due diligence, News, supply chains, Von der Leyen Commission|

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen’s pledge to have ‘zero-tolerance’ for child labour in EU trade policy is a promising step. Delphine Moralis explains how these warm words can be turned into concrete actions to improve the lives of millions of children.

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Narbaeva: Uzbekistan is determined to reform and put an end to negative stereotypes

By |april 4th, 2019|agricultural sector, child labour, development, forced labour, gender equality, ILO, Neven Mimica, News, Uzbekistan, Women, World Bank|

Tanzila Narbaeva, the Deputy Prime Minister of Uzbekistan, told EURACTIV about her country's efforts to develop modern agriculture, eliminate child or forced labour and invest in human capital, especially women.

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More than 40 million people trapped in slavery: New global estimate

By |september 19th, 2017|child labour, child marriage, child sexual exploitation, forced marriage, ILO, IOM, modern slavery, News|

More than 40 million people were trapped as slaves last year in forced labour and forced marriages, according to the first joint effort by key anti-slavery groups to estimate the number of victims worldwide of the international crime.

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Arancha González: ‘Fair’ is a bit of a difficult word

By |junij 9th, 2017|agriculture, child labour, coffee, development, fisheries, News, slave labour, trade|

In an exclusive interview, the International Trade Centre's executive director managed expectations about fair trade, as well as broaching the subject of child labour and transparency in the value chain.

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