Trafficking in Persons in Federal and Corporate Supply Chains
This report presents narratives on 43 of the world’s most important primary commodities. To produce these reports for each primary commodity, a multitude of data was assembled on global production and trade patterns (principal countries of production and consumption, and export-import data for key producers, importers, and the United States), reports of forced labour and/or child labour associated with the commodity, and the names of any countries in which trafficking-related problems have been reported in association with the commodity.
Significance for seafood businesses:
This is one of the main reports that are published on an annual basis which monitor human rights abuses. This will help buyers assess their supply chain and make an informed judgement on the risks they face when sourcing seafood.