Act effectively for decent working conditions, against forced labour and against child labour

Remember…on the 24th of April 2013, a building housing various textile companies collapsed in Dhaka (Bangladesh) killing 1127 of the employees.
These workers were at the end of the subcontracted supply chains of companies in Europe and the USA.

The requirements expressed by either side of the subcontracted supply chain are legitimate.

  • The company must pay its employees, invest, and provide good quality products at the cheapest price to its consumers.
  • The worker on the other side of the world must have access to health and security, a decent salary, and to all human rights recognised by international laws.
  • Between each extremity, the subcontracted supply chain can be long. The longer the chain, the higher the risk of exploitation, forced labour and child labour.


Reconcile the legitimate expectations of the two extremes of the chain of subcontracting, the company principal and the worker side of the world, it is the mission of Human Resources Without Borders.

RHSF in the media

"Climate change and its consequences on child labor and forced labor”
Thursday, 27 August 2015
The climate change has a direct impact on migrations, and migrations are a source of forced labor and child labor.Many of you did participate in our...


IMAGE Webinar on new inter-regional solidarities
  On 20 November 2015, in collaboration with RSE et PED, RHSF organises a webinar on: "Stakes and solutions of economic players - What are the...

Last opinion in press

5 March 2014: In Malaysia, the scandal of outsourcing companies is at the heart of forced labour
Tuesday, 01 April 2014
Victims of vast fraud, thousands of migrant workers suffer intimidation and mistreatment, alerts Irene Fernandez, Executive Director of the Malaysian...

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