Illegal labor

Garment Industry in Denial About Its Child Labour Problem

A garment indus­try body has said reports that chil­dren are making clothes in Myanmar’s factories are damaging the coun­try’s image and has urged people to view the rev­elations with scepticism, despite widely publicised evidence that workers as young as 14 had made clothes for foreign ...

Renewed push to legalise migrant workers in Thailand to start later this month

Myanmar migrant workers in Thailand will be issued with Certificates of Identity before the end of November, in a joint effort by the Thai government and Myanmar’s Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Population. Keep reading ...

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