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Preventing forced labour in the textile and garment supply chains in Viet Nam: Guide for employers & Guide for trainers

— theme: Employers and business, Forced Labour: Private economy, Sectors: Manufacturing, Victim protection, Working conditions
— country: ASEAN, Asia, Viet Nam
— type: Manuals

On 31 March 2016, the ILO and the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) organized an event in Hanoi to launch the Preventing forced labour in the textile and garment supply chains in Viet Nam: Guide for employers and Guide for trainers. The guides were jointly developed and issued by the VCCI and the ILO Forced Labour Action in the Asian Region (FLARE project). The guides are designed to help businesses in Viet Nam to assess, identify and mitigate risks of forced labour in their company operations and supply chains.

Author/Editor
ILO
Publishing Year
2016
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