Sweat & Toil: Global Child Labor and Forced Labor is a comprehensive resource developed by the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) documenting child labor and forced labor worldwide. Data and research in this app are taken from USDOL’s three flagship reports: Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor; List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor; and List of Products Produced by Forced or Indentured Child Labor. This app fits these three information-packed reports the size of a phone book in the palm of your hand. With this app you can:
• Check country's efforts to eliminate child labor
• Find child labor data
• Browse goods produced with child labor or forced labor
• Review laws and ratifications
• See what governments can to do end child labor
Using this app can be a starting point to empower yourself with knowledge about child labor or forced labor around the world. Anyone with an interest in these issues – governments, businesses, academics, civil society, consumers – can use it as a source of information to begin asking questions, taking action, and demanding change.
- Updated data from the 2018 reporting year
- Additional bug fixes
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This app is great! Super easy to use and provides quick access to information about forced labor and child labor by country and product. If everyone used this app, we’d be much better informed consumers.
Great interface, info not too useful
This app makes great steps towards the visibility of widespread child labor and forced labor practices around the world. On this note however, I was disturbed to notice the almost intentional lack of the USA in this app!! Using this app will make you feel like there is no forced or child labor in the USA, which allows all of us to ignore the signs and not provide aid.
Another issue is that it’s hard to use the info in this app to avoid brands and products that use child/forced labor. I know that the folks who produced this app can’t necessarily track that, but all the same I was a bit disappointed that I’m still left in the predicament of simply hoping that this cotton shirt wasn’t made with Afghani cotton.
Great tool to make the appropriate decision on not importing products produced in forced labor.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.