Aid Ethics

How Forced Labor in Eritrea is Linked to E.U.-Funded Projects

Date

January 2020

Author

Matina Stevis-Gridneff

Publication

New York Tiimes

Power of NGOs in supporting green procurement actions

Date

August 2019

Author

Publication

European Commission GPP Article

UK aims to uncover more traffickers with new modern slavery research center

Date

9 July 2019

Author

Kieran Guilbert

Publication

Thomson Reuters Foundation

What if aid organizations were asked to comply with the UK Modern Slavery Act

Date

28 Jan 2019

Author

Ashley Jackson

Publication

FCPA Blog

Reflections of an anti-corruption fighter-part II

Date

20 May 2019

Author

Phil Mason

Publication

Voices for Transparency

“We Can’t Refuse to Pick Cotton” Forced and Child Labor Linked to World Bank Group Investments in Uzbekistan

Date

27 Jun 2017

Author

Jessica Evans Allison Gill

Publication

Human Rights Watch

US has provided $315m in financing to supplier of mines accused of slave labor

Date

22 Feb 2017

Author

Eduardo Garcia

Publication

The Guardian

Businesses 'doing good'? Prove it

Date

12 Mar 2019

Author

Sarah Shearman

Publication

Thomson Reuters Foundation News

UK urged to 'lead by example' on slavery as top state suppliers flout law

Date

20 May 2019

Author

Kieran Guilbert

Publication

Thomson Reuters Foundation News

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