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Labor Rights

Supply management is committed to protecting and respecting labor rights globally.

  1. Uphold the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining.

  2. Eliminate all forms of forced and compulsory labor.

  3. Abolish child labor.

  4. Eliminate discrimination with respect to employment and occupation.

Other Resources:

  • Corporate Watch features news, analysis, research tools and campaigns materials on corporate activity and its impact on human rights, and social and environmental justice.

  • The Institute for Global Labour and Human Rights is a non-profit 501(c)(3) human rights organization dedicated to the promotion and defense of internationally recognized worker rights in the global economy. Founded in 1981 as the National Labor Committee, the Institute's research, in-depth reports, high profile public campaigns and widespread media coverage have been instrumental in creating the anti-sweatshop movement in the United States and internationally.

  • International Labor Rights Forum (ILRF) is an advocacy organization dedicated to achieving just and humane treatment for workers worldwide. ILRF serves a unique role among human rights organizations as advocates for and with working poor around the world. We believe that all workers have the right to a safe working environment where they are treated with dignity and respect, and where they can organize freely to defend and promote their rights and interests. The organization is committed to ending the problems of child labor, forced labor, and other abusive practices. We promote enforcement of labor rights internationally through public education and mobilization, research, litigation, legislation, and collaboration with labor, government and business groups.

  • United States Council for International Business (USCIB) was founded in 1945 to promote an open world trading system, now among the premier pro-trade, pro-market liberalization organizations. The organization presents American business views on a wide range of issues - from environmental regulation to trade policy to labor relations — directly to U.S. policy makers and officials in the United Nations, European Union, and a host of other governments and groups.