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
MADAGASCAR-POLITICS/ (UPDATE 2, TV,PIX):UPDATE 2-ILO official named Madagascar prime minister to prepare election
Major brands fail to join Bangladesh factory safety accord
175 of the 220 companies in the original accord have signed, but high-profile brands including Abercrombie & Fitch have not
Sunshine and slavery for young Brits doing party jobs in Mallorca, govt warns
"(These) workers are an exploited and vulnerable group of people"
More must be done to protect employees in international supply chains
Businesses with a global reach must do more to prevent catastrophes such as the Bangladeshi factory collapse and deadly pollution leaks.
Failings by major UK construction companies fuel forced labour - trade body
"Unscrupulous labour providers, operating in the grey area of the law, are creating misery for thousands of British and foreign workers"
Smugglers prey on migrants seeking better life in Chile - experts
At least 100,000 migrants arrived in Chile last year from Haiti, the poorest nation in the Americas
Indian workers dying on World Bank-backed tea plantations, say campaigners
Exploitation and poor working conditions persist after being exposed by a 2016 investigation