Projects Will Combat Forced and Child Labor
ICF has worked with ILAB since 2004, providing research and other support on topics related to forced labor, child labor, human trafficking and more. The company's experienced global research experts will incorporate new innovations in research science to more closely trace the sources of forced and child labor in global supply chains.
"ICF is committed to rooting out the sources and finding impactful solutions to stop forced and child labor," said
ICF helps clients identify, document, measure and address human rights violations and labor exploitation through mixed methods, qualitative and quantitative research and data collection across countries and industries.
Read more about ICF's international development services, including its work in forced and child labor and human trafficking.
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