ILO Report Finds Dramatic Reduction in Forced Labour in Uzbekistan

9 April 2019
Research Innovation

A new ILO report says that the use of forced labour during the 2018 cotton harvest in Uzbekistan decreased by 48 per cent compared to 2017 and that child labour is no longer considered a serious concern. This is a dramatic shift for Uzbekistan, which had long been considered one of the worst forced and child labour offenders. Read the full report here.

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