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Statement on supporting an initiative to tackle forced and child labour in US supply chains

UPDATED13 Dec 2023

In December 2023, AIM-Progress and a group of 12 members began the rollout of a child and forced labor prevention supplier capability building initiative and the launch of child labor remediation guidance for more than 600 US supply chain partners.

Our goal is to address the potential for increased risks of forced and child labor in US supply chains in 2023 and to strengthen the ability of members’ supply chain partners to identify, address and remediate cases of child and forced labor.

Participation in the initiative is voluntary for all AIM-Progress members with US operations or supply chains and will focus on the highest exposure co-manufacturers, co-packers, suppliers, labor providers and service providers.

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