Migration and Modern-Day Slavery in Supply Chains

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Join the University of Notre Dame’s Center for Social Concerns, Department of Licensing, Nonprofit Professional Development at the Mendoza College of Business, the Law School’s Program on Law and Human Development, the Law School’s Center for Civil and Human Rights, Higgins Labor Studies Program, and the Fair Labor Association for an overview of how migration and trafficking affect the men and women who manufacture some of your favorite clothing and other products.

The forum will bring leading labor experts, advocates and representatives from major apparel brands together to discuss migration and trafficking issues in the global supply chain, with a focus on Jordan, Bangladesh and India. During the forum, participants will also discuss initiatives to combat trafficking and how to get involved.

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