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At 75, the Bureau of International Labor Affairs is ushering in a new era of global action on labor rights, including the rights to freely choose a union and collectively bargain for better wages and working conditions.
Our updated reports and tools will help ensure companies are held accountable for exploitative labor conditions throughout their supply chains.
The Bureau for International Labor Affairs funds programs around the world to combat child labor and forced labor.
A transnational, multi-year investigation freed more than 100 trafficked workers in South Georgia who were brought to the U.S. fraudulently under the H-2A visa program.
Under the updated U.S. National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking, the U.S. Department of Labor is recommitting its resources and energy to combat labor trafficking at home and abroad.
Trade agreements only work when we place workers’ rights at the center. That was something I heard loud and clear from the Labor Advisory Committee.
On the 26th anniversary of the El Monte sweatshop raid, Deputy Secretary Julie Su reflects on her role - and the work that remains.
On World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, and every day, we continue the fight for a world free of labor exploitation.
During National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, we renew our commitment to end human trafficking and all forms of forced labor.