Verité’s report on slavery in Malaysian supply chains prompted EICC to clamp down on recruitment fees. Now it is urging other sectors to follow

The electronics industry is one of the most vulnerable to forced labour because of its extensive use of migrant labour in countries such as China and Malaysia, and the fact that each brand has many thousands of suppliers.

But it also has one of the longest standing industry-wide efforts to...

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Terry Slavin  electronics industry  Human rights  supply chain  Hewlett Packard Enterprises  LGRR  EICC  ICTI Care 

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