Indian rock quarry slavery survivors welcome stiff sentence for their captors
Thousands of bonded labourers are freed each year, but most cases are not registered with officials
Brazil's fashion brands score poorly in first supply chain slavery index
Brazilian retailers scored an average of 17 percent in Fashion Revolution's first survey of the textile industry in Latin America's biggest economy
Lessons learnt for the ‘conflict mineral of the moment’
If consumer brands really care about sourcing cobalt ethically – they should put their money behind it
Tesla must defend lawsuit alleging abuse of foreign workers
TESLA-LAWSUIT/:Tesla must defend lawsuit alleging abuse of foreign workers
Unilever tops list of food and drink firms tackling forced labour
About 25 million people globally were estimated to be trapped in forced labour in 2016
U.S. blocks slave-made goods to 'safeguard American jobs'
The U.S. Department of Labor struck an 'America First' tone as it released its list of slave-made goods
How can we improve conditions for women in South India’s cotton sector?
Low pay, intimidation, sexual harassment and other abusive working conditions are common in cotton mills
Open letter to anyone who uses a smartphone, drives an electric car, or flies on a plane
Make no mistake - the supply chain of cobalt from the Congo is smeared in blood and misery
Pay more for your clothes, Bangladesh workers tell global fashion brands
Bangladesh is the world's second largest garment producer after China
Despite reforms, Qatar's migrant workers still fear exploitation
Migrant workers outnumber the local workforce in Qatar by nearly 20 to one. Most are from the Philippines, South Asia and Africa.