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On June 18th 2015, the UNHCR issued a truly horrifying report, World at War: Forced Displacement in 2014 that details the human cost of global conflicts large and small.
Children working in tobacco fields risk nicotine poisoning. The tobacco industry has so far successfully resisted attempts to close the loophole in the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938.
The government of Uzbekistan still forces students, teachers, healthcare workers and public servants to pick cotton. Proceeds of the cotton harvest enrich a small group of Islam Karimov's friends.
We incarcerate children at a higher rate than any other developed country.
Syria's brutal civil war has sent young Syrians fanning out across Europe in search of safety.
The Philippine government is failing to protect children who dig and dive for gold in dangerous small-scale mines.
Ending child labor remains one of the world’s most pressing challenges. Overcoming this challenge will require new ideas, new ways of thinking and innovative solutions.
Since 2000, more than 27,000 migrants and refugees have died attempting the perilous journey to Europe. With an unprecedented number of people breaking through its heavily barricaded borders in 2014, the EU continues to fortify its frontiers.
Update to the 2014 Cotton Sourcing Snapshot report by the Responsible Sourcing Network
2014 report by the Responsible Sourcing Network on what companies are doing to keep Uzbek cotton picked with forced labor out of their supply chains.
Children's Defense Fund report showing how the nation could reduce child poverty by 60 percent and lift 6.6 million children out of poverty.