Child and Forced Labour Found in Brazil’s Cocoa Industry

5 December 2018
Research Innovation

Between July 2017 and June 2018, researchers from the Ministry of Labour and International Labour Organization visited the centres of Brazilian cocoa production, conducting interviews with workers and local communities. They found that there is a significant presence of child labour and forced labour in Brazil’s cocoa supply chains. Beyond these findings, the research report and documentary about Brazil’s cocoa industry also discuss ways to produce cocoa sustainably in Brazil.

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