Brussels urged to adopt forced labour law


Call on the European Parliament to adopt the EU’s Regulation to prohibit forced labour products on the EU market

The Environmental Justice Foundation has joined 75 other organisations to urge the European Parliament to adopt regulation prohibiting products made through forced labour entering the EU market.

The International Labour Organisation’s latest report suggests a staggering US$63.9 billion in illegal profits are generated globally from forced labour exploitation per year, a crime thought to impact 27.6 million people globally.

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