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Find here all the NGO Human Resources Without Borders’ news and opinions on fair recruitment in supply chains.

“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...

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...

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...

Recruitment of foreign workers – The CSR debate

On 25 May 2021, Martine Combemale, President of Human Ressources Without Borders (RHSF), and Frédérique de Larquier, Director of GEIQ BTP 31, answer Thomas Hugues’ questions on the risks of abusive work that foreign workers...

Launch of a cycle of webinars: foreign workers: a responsible recruitment is possible

In April, the NGO Human Resources Without Borders is launching the first French cycle of webinars dedicated to the responsible recruitment of foreign workers targeting employers and human resources professionals in SMEs. Participants will be...

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.

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).

Marrakech Pact – fair recruitment, a CSR imperative

Fair recruitment is now a key issue in ensuring decent work for the hundreds of millions of migrant workers working in the global economy. Acting for fair recruitment is a necessity for the States, which...

“To identify human rights risks, there are no magic recipes” (Total at the Convergences forum)

At the conference “Human rights and business: from risk identification to action”, Martine Combemale, Director of RHSF, looks back at the issue of temporary employment agencies.

Acting to combat human rights abuses

The social and solidarity economy is one of the solutions to fight against human rights abuses. Discover the films made for the SUSY project.

Video of the Roundtable held during COP 21 – “The effects of climate change on migration and forced labour”

We are pleased to share with you the video of the roundtable on December 10 at the Grand Palais.With the participation of Stéphane QUEFELEC (ENERGIES 2050), Martine COMBEMALE (RHSF), Sylvie O’DY (Comité contre l’Esclavage Moderne...