By: EthicsDaily Staff While significant progress has been made since 2000 to reduce worker exploitation and child labor around the globe, "the pace of progress has slowed in recent years," a federal government report said.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Of the 40.3 million people enslaved globally, nearly three-fourths of them are females. On top of that, 151.6 million children are subjected to child labor. These are the findings of two new reports.
By: Elizabeth Goatley When we think about labor trafficking, we often think about adults forced into exploitation. Children are victims of labor trafficking too. And the signs of those being exploited can be difficult to recognize.
By: Marilyn Turner-Triplett Child labor robs children of the gift of childhood, decimates families and communities and destabilizes the efforts of developing nations to reach their economic potential. What can your church do about it?