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50 for Freedom campaign to end modern slavery

More than 25 million women, men and children are living in modern slavery situations – that’s 3 out of every 1,000 people in the world. A coordinated effort by governments and activists around the world...

1st of May 2021 Labour Day…against child labour

2021: UN International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour This 1st of May 2021 is an occasion to remind us that, worldwide, 152 million children between the ages of 5 and 17 work in...

HR Professionals on the search for meaning: Take over the subject of decent work

With a solid base of knowledge in social law and in the management of the processes that govern the employment relations, HR professionals are in the best position to identify and reduce the risk factors...

Social audits of suppliers: how to improve practices?

Widespread to control suppliers’ practices in terms of working conditions, social audits do not make it possible to deal with the causes of the shortcomings observed. Rather than punishing, taking an interest in the causes...

Davuluri Venkateswarlu: the battle of a lifetime

Read the interview with Dr Davuluri Venkateswarlu, Secretary General of ECHO and Director of Glocal Research and Consultancy Services.

Supply-chain: social audits caught in the compliance trap?

Widely used by companies to protect their brands by ensuring that their suppliers comply with the main principles of respect for human rights, social audits are regularly criticized for their lack of reliability and effectiveness....

Martine Combemale received the Légion d’Honneur

On January 7 at the Quai d’Orsay in Toulouse, Martine Combemale, founder of the NGO Ressources Humaines sans Frontières (RHSF), was awarded the insignia of the Légion d’Honneur by François Delattre, Secretary General of the...

Seminar “Work and Ecological Transition”.

On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the International Labour Organisation (ILO), RHSF takes part in the seminar organised at UNESCO with the Centre for Social Research and Action (Ceras).

“Behind the scenes of the tomato industry. How to act as a consumer.”

RHSF invites you to reflect on how to act as a consumer for decent work around the documentary “The Empire of Red Gold”; a document on the hidden face of industrial tomato production.

New European project: integrating migrants into the labour market

RHSF was selected along with 11 other partners to carry out a project aimed at promoting the integration of third-country migrant workers into the European labour market.

Preventing Child Labour on plantations in Panama

In Panama, child labour is a scourge in agriculture. In 2018, RHSF brought together all the stakeholders in the coffee, banana and plantain sectors, and co-constructed solutions and action plans with the actors who would...