Report in Panama

French NGO Human Resources Without Border (HRWB) and American NGO International Initiative to End Child Labor (IIECL) conducted a field study in November 2015, in order to examine and enhance the work and life conditions in coffee and banana tree plantations in Panama. Discover our report here.

Video: Children's view at work in Africa

Children living in cacao plantations in Ivory Coast have drawn their everyday life for RHSF.

Every child drew himself using a machete that is to say performing a work considered as too hazardous for children. An European child aged of 8 years old, Timothée, composed and plays the music to accompany these "views".

Watch the video:

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Our works on child labor

RHSF is a professional international organisation operating in the field of Human Rights at work, namely on issues relating to child labour and forced labour as well as Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the supply chain. Find our reports (in French and in English) about child labor below:

 

Reports:
Travail des enfants dans les plantations de graines de coton, Inde  

[Fair Labor Association, référence :

 Martine Combemale, RHSF]

1105 Kb    
CSR et travail des enfants dans les plantations de cacao, Cote D'Ivoire  

[Gestion durable de la chaîne

d'approvisionnement de Nestlé

(cacao) en Côte d'Ivoire] 

1479 Kb
Travail des enfants, plantations graine de coton, en Inde  

[Davuluri Venkateswarlu,

Global Research Initiative]

575 Kb
Risks of Child Labor on Select Coffee Farms in Nicaragua  

[Risks of Child Labor

on Select Coffee Farms

in Nicaragua]

717 Kb
Travail des enfants dans les plantations de Cacao, Côte d'Ivoire  

[Martine Combemale,

Diane Mull, David Atse,

IIECL, USAID]

4174 Kb

Our press opinions concerning child labor

Find different press opinions written by RHSF in French concerning child labor:

Child labour: companies are too often in denial

 

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