It doesn't the U.S as a country with slaves. There is still human trafficking which is a type of slavery
Does just what you need it to. All the child labor info you need on your phone
great idea, but impractical I was excited to see this app. I was hoping to see lists of companies that follow regulations, or that are graded according to their slave labor records, but was unable to find any. instead, it lists products according to the countries where they are produced: I would have to find out where each product I buy is manufactured, and even then, it's possible that I would be buying from companies that use slave labor. I would love an app that is easier and more practical for daily use
Needs work This needs to connect to actual products, so we can all stop buying them.
If only it named company
What’s New ?
- 2016 report data;
- An updated legal standards section, which includes whether national laws meet international standards;
- New data, including military recruitment laws and in the labor enforcement section, whether countries meet the ILO recommended number of labor inspectors as defined by development classification levels and workforce size.
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