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Supporting Workers Affected by the War in Ukraine

ILO GBNFL member Stronger Together and its partners have created a guide for UK businesses to help ensure that workers affected by the conflict are protected from harm, and have a positive recruitment and employment experience. Much of the guidance is transferable to recruitment into other countries.

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How businesses can help end forced labour of children

More, faster and better action is needed to tackle one of the worst forms of child labour: Forced labour of children. With the right regulatory framework and enforcement in place, businesses can fully play their part. This short ILO GBNFL brief provides an introduction to the issue for businesses and advocacy points that can be used.

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Advice by SMEs for SMEs on how to fight forced labour

At our digital conference 'SME Action on Forced Labour' in early 2022, three SMEs shared their stories on how they are fighting forced labour and child labour. Nearly 300 people joined us. Read on for advice from SMEs for SMEs, fact files on each business, and to watch the recording.

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Tackling child labor: An introduction for business leaders

A resource by UNICEF and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) that sets out steps business leaders can take to ensure that their companies are leveraging their full potential to support the elimination of child labour in business operations and supply chains.

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Digital Conference: SME Action on Forced Labour

SMEs are often overlooked by initiatives aiming to eradicate forced labour and drive responsible business conduct.  This is at odds with the fact that SMEs make up 90 per cent of the private sector globally. Given their reach and overall influence, SMEs could be catalysts in the fight against forced labour. Join us to hear from SMEs that are leading the way.


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