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DOL’s Sweat & Toil New App Available

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    October 29, 2015
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The newest report of Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor and new DOL app…

The report has five parts: Government actions, overview of US experience on child labor, methodology and country assessments, reference material for data on child labor, and country profiles of countries with relations under TDA.  The report is available and uses inforgraphs and regional analyis (in French, Portuguese, and Spanish).  The Department of Labor has introduced a new app.  Users can look at laws and initiatives and browse goods produced using child labor.  Go to Sweat & Toil.

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