The link between commodities and some of the worst forms of labor abuse in the global economy is coming under increasing scrutiny from stakeholders around the world. Several global campaigns seek to raise public awareness about goods produced under forced labor conditions and modern forms of slavery. The Verité Forced Labor Commodity Atlas contributes to those efforts. The interactive map allows to
learn about specific commodities and their relationship to forced labour and other forms of exploitation at the base of global supply chains.

The Atlas can be found here.

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