Ressources Humaines Sans Frontières

The travelling exhibition of the International cartoon competition

A selection of the 460 cartoons received from 65 countries were featured in a travelling exhibition, inaugurated on June 8, 2022 at the UN Palais des Nations in Geneva.

The travelling exhibition can be loaned for your awareness campaigns. For further information, don't hesitate to contact us:

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Looking back at the year 2023

L’année 2023 a été riche en événements et en évolution au regard de l’Objectif de Développement Durable (ODD) 8.7 visant à éradiquer le travail des enfants et le travail forcé. Nous vous proposons de revenir...

Exhibition and Meeting-Debate “Visions of forced labour” – december 2023

Come and discover the exhibition and meet specialists in forced labour (ILO and RHSF) on 1 December at the Manufacture des Tabacs, Toulouse.

“Leading the way to reduce the risk of forced labour: a Franco-Taiwanese partnership supported by RHSF

The French Office in Taipei and the Taiwanese MOL, under the impetus of RHSF, organised a working seminar to promote the exchange of knowledge and experience to reduce the risk of forced labour. RHSF co-organised...

“ReSolution” in Malaysia: RHSF’s flagship “Lab 8.7” project

Facing the complexity of the fight against forced labour and child labour, Ressources Humaines Sans Frontières (RHSF) is conducting its “Lab 8.7” action-research program, the “ReSolution” project. The project has been running for nearly two...

Looking back to 2022 : Around the world

The year 2022 has been rich in events and developments in relation to Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 8.7 to eradicate child labour and forced labour. In this retrospective, we looked back at the key landmarks...

Looking back on the year 2022

The year 2022 has been rich in events and developments in relation to Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 8.7 to eradicate child labour and forced labour. In this retrospective, we looked back at the key landmarks...

RHSF – Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs: a constructive partnership

Field work, training of diplomatic representatives, introduction to key contacts in foreign countries, sharing of experience on child labour and forced labour in industry or agriculture around the world… A mutually rewarding partnership has been...

Migrant workers: RHSF investigates on the field in Nepal

With the World Cup in Qatar just weeks away, the spotlight is once again on the plight of migrant workers in the UAE, many of whom are from Nepal. RHSF visited Kathmandu as part of...

    Our convictions



    There is no need to exploit the misery of others in order to live well.



    For practices to evolve, we need to understand and recognize the legitimate expectations of everyone.



    Everyone, at their own level, can make a contribution.


    The Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs is delighted to be working with Ressources Humaines Sans Frontières, drawing on {its} recognised and unique expertise of over 20 years in the design, experimentation and validation of new approaches. (...). I look forward to our cooperation to effectively and sustainably eliminate the risks of child labour and forced labour in subcontracting chains.
    François Delattre
    Secretary General of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs (2019 - 2022), French Ambassador to Germany since September 2022
    With RHSF, we have found an expert and dynamic NGO partner, with whom we work confidently and constructively. I appreciated its philosophy, which is non-judgemental and based on a willingness to engage and dialogue. Far from theoretical presentations, RHSF, with its long experience, is very "hands-on" and brings operational innovation. It shakes up our preconceived ideas and helps us to move forward".
    Xavier Galliot
    Chief Sustainability Officer at Essilor
    As parents of two little girls, we are outraged by the exploitation of children and adults at work. We have supported RHSF's work since its inception because it is a field organisation. She shares our message: let us not take advantage of the weakest!"
    Laurence and Thomas
    We started working with RHSF thanks to our client who helped us implement a CSR policy in our company. We then decided to work directly with RHSF, who led us to better understand our employees and also listened to us, helping us to achieve our CSR objectives."
    M. Li
    Managing Director of Polyunion (China)