Forced labour in Uzbek cotton fields linked to World Bank funds: rights groups
Human rights groups say Uzbekistan is concealing a state-orchestrated forced labour system that underpins its position as the world's fifth-largest cotton exporter
Shoe brands urged to tackle forced labour at tanneries and ranches
Survey finds some progress in tackling forced labour in leather supply chains
U.N. employee charged with visa fraud, underpaying Bangladeshi worker
The employee took away the worker's passport, and told her at various times that she would go to jail and be sent back to Bangladesh if she worked for anyone else
Home was a goat shelter: Indian migrant recounts decades stranded in Gulf
There are an estimated six million Indian migrants in the Gulf states, many of them trafficked and exploited
Singaporean dream sours for some Bangladeshi workers as they go home with big debts
"I go back for what? No fish, no land. I go back or die, same-same"
Uprooted by dam, workers trapped in bonded labour on Indian plantations - report
Most of the displaced families have been trapped in bondage to pay off debts that have come down through generations
Consumers and governments are demanding companies source ethically: are businesses prepared to deliver?
Great strides can be made in protecting adult workers and children from exploitation
UK supermarket pulls corned beef off shelves due to slavery fears
Newspaper investigation suggests some corned beef sold by UK supermarkets may contain meat linked to slave labour in Brazil.
UAE on track to improve conditions for migrant domestic workers - rights organisation
A new bill will give domestic workers 30 days paid vacation a year, one day off a week, medical insurance, and a work contract