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Looking back on the year 2021

The year 2021 has been rich in events and developments towards achieving Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 8.7 to eradicate forced and child labour. In this retrospective of events and news, we look back at the...

2021: Back in the field to identify effective and sustainable solutions

Discover our 2021 achievements! A year of action marked by the distribution of our new guide for the sustainable prevention of child labour and forced labour, the organisation of a second drawing competition in partnership...

Why made in France is not a protection against child labor

Martine Combemale, President of Human Ressources Without Borders (RHSF) was interviewed by Europe 1. While a UN report points for the first time to an increase in child labor in 20 years, products made in...

Ending child labour: let’s make France a true “pathfinder country”

Tribune of the “Social Management” magazine destined to  social partners publishes the RHSF column on France’s desire to become a “pioneer country” in the elimination of child labor and forced labor. On 11 June, France announced...

Ending child and forced labour: let’s make France a true “pathfinder country”

Communiqué de RHSF et du député Dominique Potier, porteur de la loi sur le devoir de vigilance. L’engagement de la France comme pays pionnier est une occasion unique.

Martine Combemale : « Child labour is invisible. And yet, it is present (…) even close to our home »

In the interview with France 3, the founder of RHSF explains how RHSF was created, why the year 2021 is a pivotal moment for child labour eradication and how it is possible to take and...

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...

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...

RHSF interviewed by Éditions Législatives

The law of February 10, 2020 relating to the fight against waste and the circular economy is intended to encourage companies to engage in a circular economy approach. The book “Économie circulaire : passez à...