AIM-PROGRESS contribution to CGF forced labor initiative

The Consumer Goods Forum just released an updated edition of its Business Actions Against Forced Labour booklet, which has been expanded to include examples provided by 14 stakeholder organisations and 2 new CGF member companies on how they are tackling forced labour. AIM-PROGRESS is pleased to report that it is among the stakeholder organisations who have contributed to the update. The booklet showcases actionable insights and learnings from CGF member companies, business initiatives, institutions, and stakeholders’ experiences in the collective fight against forced labour. Since its launch in 2017, the publication has served as an important reference for companies wishing to start or build on their own journey to address forced labour in both value chains and own operations with a view to mainstream the Priority Industry Principles on forced labour.