New GoodWeave International Report on Impact of COVID-19 on Textile Workers

11 February 2021
Research Innovation

A new rapid research report conducted by GoodWeave International outlines the multifaceted, and devastating, effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on textile workers in South Asia. The report details the pandemic’s grave impacts on workers and their families, which have resulted in increased risk for child and forced labour. The report also provides recommendations for short and long-term measures for civil society, governments and the private sector to attenuate and remedy the pandemic’s unfolding impacts. The report is available here.

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