New Report Identifies Ways to Mitigate Child Labor Risks in the Turkish Cotton Sector

Companies and NGOs Cooperate to Trace Cotton Supply Chain in Run Up to New Dutch Agreement to End Child Labor in Garment Supply Chains

THE HAGUE / WASHINGTON, D.C. (June 8, 2017) – Consumers around the world share the desire to know the clothing they purchase has been made by companies doing everything they can to ensure their products are free from human rights abuses, such as child labor. Yet garment manufacturing is a complex process, with varying child labor risks —  many of which remain undetected and unaddressed — at each step of production.

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