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The Bureau of International Labor Affairs is adding five goods produced by forced labor in China to the 2020 List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor.
On World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, learn how the U.S. Department of Labor is partnering to eliminate human trafficking around the world.
How the U.S. Department of Labor is fighting human trafficking, at home and abroad.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of International Labor Affairs is working across the Administration and with stakeholders to advance efforts to end child labor.
Seventy years after its creation, the work of the Bureau of International Labor Affairs is as critical as ever.
By helping ensure that goods from our trade partners are not made with child labor, forced labor, or in exploitative conditions, we are giving U.S. workers and businesses a fair chance to compete.
Business and government both have responsibilities in combating human trafficking.