This report from the US Department of Labor is used by companies as an input into risk assessments and to conduct due diligence on their supply chains. It shows that most of the 131 countries and territories reviewed are continuing to make progress toward eliminating the worst forms of child labour. It tracks from year to year whether a country has made significant, moderate, minimal, or no advancement in eliminating the worst forms of child labour. It also includes nearly 2,200 country-specific recommended actions on how best to combat labour abuses.
|No advancement||Afghanistan(-), Anguilla, British Virgin Islands, Burma, Eritrea, Grenada, Niue, South Sudan, Tokelau|
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