Intel tops list of tech companies fighting forced labour
Workers who make tech components are often migrants vulnerable to exploitative working conditions
Click and save: websites help Asian maids escape debt bondage
"Right now the reason why recruitment is so mired in these unethical things is because there are too many players and no accountability"
Which child to school? Tough choice for Indian garment workers
Despite minimum wage laws, salaries continue to be "grossly low" for thousands of workers, many of whom are still not given pay slips or are only hired as apprentices
Adidas, Nike urged to ensure fair wages for Asian workers making World Cup kits
Adidas and Nike have moved most of their sourcing to Indonesia, Cambodia and Vietnam, where wages are lower and labour abuses rife
Fear drives forced labor underground along US-Mexico border
"A lot of them are very scared to go out of their home, if it's not work or to take their kids to school, because of immigration."
No quick fixes for companies seeking to stamp out forced labour - experts
"Hotlines and smartphone apps (allowing staff to report abuses) are widely hailed ... but do not give any power to workers to organise, bargain and improve their conditions"
H&M and Gap to probe violence and sex abuse in Asian factories
Civil society groups say women are at daily risk of violence and face retaliation if they report attacks.
ILO official named Madagascar prime minister to prepare election
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