The Department of Labor has recently released the 2016 Findings on Child Labor Report. This annual report focuses on the efforts of certain U.S. trade beneficiary countries and territories to eliminate child labor through legislation, enforcement mechanisms, policies, and social programs.
The Report serves as a resource to foreign governments, NGOs, academics and policymakers working on labor and human rights issues. It helps inform Congress and Executive Branch agencies that formulate labor and trade policy and is an important resource for the Department in assessing future technical assistance and research priorities as it seeks to combat child labor around the world.
To learn more about the Findings on Child Labor Report, click here.