US Department of Labor Releases Latest Findings on Child Labour

21 September 2018
Policy Innovation

The US Department of Labor released the 2018 List of Goods Produced With Child Labor, a biennial list of goods the DOL has reason to believe are made with child labour or forced labour around the world. The DOL also released the latest Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor, which details findings on the prevalence of the worst forms of child labour in countries that are US trade beneficiaries and provides suggestions for government action.

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