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From child labour to decent work in Mauritania

How Alioune navigated legal employment in the fishing industry

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Pact for the Future

Letter from the Chair of the Alliance 8.7 to the Members of the Global Coordination Group

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Interview with Irina Todorova, Migration Action Group

There are clear connections between migration and SDG Target 8.7 issues (human trafficking, forced labour, child labour, and modern slavery).

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The Chair of Alliance 8.7

Ambassador Claudia Fuentes Julio is the new Chair of the Global Partnership against Child Labour, Forced Labour, Human Trafficking, and Modern Slavery

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Understanding child labour statistics

Did you know that, around the world, there are 160 million children aged 5 to 17 in child labour?

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Pledge of the Netherlands

On World Day against Child Labour, the ministers of Foreign Affairs and Social Affairs and Employment launched an action pledge to contribute to the

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In Morocco, a renewed hope for former child domestic workers

New ILO-UNICEF Report shows increased risk of child labour due to COVID-19.

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COVID-19 and child labour: a time of crisis, a time to act

New ILO-UNICEF Report shows increased risk of child labour due to COVID-19.

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Alliance 8.7 Partners United Way Worldwide and ILO launch new project on forced labour

The 2-year project will tackle specific forms of forced labour within multiple industries and regional contexts.

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Understanding modern slavery statistics

Did you know that, today, 50 million people are in situations of modern slavery? That’s nearly 1 out of every 150 people in the world.