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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.
To commemorate two years of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, we're highlighting some of the accomplishments of our engagement with Mexico and the challenges that still lie ahead.
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