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Child Labor Coalition 18h
Bananas for bananas? If your bananas are from these five countries they may be produced with : and the . via -- a pesticide used on bananas harms children's brains/development.
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Linda Hemby 49m
: 720 thousand child workers in the 5-17 age group in Turkey, 4.4% of whom are between the ages of 5 and 11.
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RICHES 1h
Some 152 million children around the world are engaged in , defined as "work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential and their dignity, and that is harmful to physical and mental development." For more info see
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Saucehound BBQ Mar 29
Breaking down 20lbs of steak tips with JuJuBee aka Yung Saucehound aka Lil’ Miss ‘Que... she got laid off from school for a minute so she’s learning the family business...
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Robin Yost Mar 25
When Mom is finally home all day with her kids! 😂
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RICHES Mar 29
“Delight” Akorli gutted fish for nearly 12 hours a day from the ages of 5 to 8, after being trafficked in a village near Lake Volta, in Ghana. Women's economic empowerment in poor regions crucial to ending
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Amanda Mar 29
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Bede Sheppard Mar 26
North Korean kids are excited about the suspension of school due to . Why? Because it spares them from forced . 😒 But the regime doesn't want them slacking off too much! They are ordering them to read propaganda at home. 🙄
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Corporate Accountability Lab 19h
CAL filed a petition with earlier this year on forced child labor in the cocoa sector. Great to see CBP taking action before issuing a WRO. We need to keep pressure on companies to end child labor in their supply chains.
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Child Labor Coalition Mar 29
Leather produced in or may be produced by via Toxic, hazardous . Download the "Sweat and Toil" app to learn more.
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Fair World Project 24h
As big chocolate companies continue to fail to address in supply chains, US Customs & Border Patrol steps up information gathering from big cocoa traders.
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RICHES 22h
Let's advance Women's Economic Empowerment and end . Follow , a collaboration of and
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Michael B. Bishku 20h
Exclusive: U.S. investigates child labor in Ivory Coast cocoa supply chains — Chocolate lovers need to think about the source!
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Child Labor Coalition Mar 26
Work by children that features great pay and relatively short hours. The downside: it's dirty and you end up smelling like fish. We would label this "child work" and not unless the hours expand and it becomes dangerous:
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Child Labor Coalition 22h
Great on-line event for National Farmworker Awareness Week -- -- today at 2:00 EDT. Please join Rep. and others discussing challenges the farmworker community faces, incl. &
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FoodPrint Mar 25
Craving ? The production methods behind it aren't too sweet — the industry is still struggling to solve issues of enslaved child labor & .
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Child Labor Coalition Mar 24
What do and have in common? They all use AND to produce cotton. via the "Sweat and Toil" app from
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Toby Keathley Mar 26
Mental note: Don’t complain to me about being bored (for anyone capable of causing me trouble, the broom is a prop and she just stopped by)😀😏🙄
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HGC Mar 24
They probably all kids size masks
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sleepingvos Mar 29
at three farms where it buys coffee in Guatemala
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