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RHSF Lab 8.7: field solutions to prevent forced and child labour

The NGO RHSF announces the orientations defined by Lab 8.7, its field solution incubation laboratory.

Supply chain: a human rights risk awareness tool (RHSF)

In order to raise awareness of the risks of forced labour and child labour, the NGO Human Ressources Without Borders (RHSF) is launching a dedicated tool. It presents in an interactive way the world of...

Responsible Investment Webinar: Encouraging Prevention Policies with Impact

Investors can play a key role in the development of socially responsible projects through impact prevention policies.

RHSF launches the Explorer, an interactive platform to raise awareness of child and forced labour risks

Thanks to our Explorer, discover the world of subcontracting chains and their dangers for workers all over the world.

Martine Combemale, fighter for human rights

Founder of the NGO Human Rights Without Borders (RHSF),Martine Combemale was awarded the Legion of Honour in 2020 for herfight against forced and child labor. “She must not enter into your office”. This warning pronounced...

RHSF and the Quai d’Orsay act together against child and forced labour

A United Nations study published on June 12 warns that Covid-19 may lead to the first increase in child labor in 20 years of efforts and progress. The NGO Human Resources Without Borders and France...

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....

A Chinese company facing the Covid-19 crisis: “the responsible HR project carried by RHSF has played a positive role”

RHSF questioned Darren Li, the General Manager of Polyunion, a Chinese factory with more than 1000 employees, about his management of workers in the face of the coronavirus crisis. In 2015, RHSF’s support for this...

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...

Martine Combemale : “Restoring pride to children”

She just got back from Costa Rica, and she’s on her way to Malaysia. Martine Combemale is always between two planes, two countries, two continents, defending a single cause: the eradication of child labour and...

Situation of migrant workers in Qatar: the imperative of fair recruitment

In Qatar the issue of recruitment of migrant workers remains critical to ensure that they are not subjected to forced labour.

UN Report on Contemporary Forms of Slavery

In connection with the United Nations report on contemporary forms of slavery, it is important to recall the various socio-economic and environmental changes that will increase the vulnerability of certain populations to violations of their...