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A new era for Europe?

The 2024 European Parliament highlights emerging right-wing influence and pressing issues from climate action to youth voter disengagement.

The poor conditions at the world’s largest refugee camps have affected both the physical and mental health of the one million occupants.

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Sustained pressure, from governments to seafood shopping consumers, could help end the suffering of migrant workers in offshore illegal fisheries.

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Malaysia has touted its employment law reform as a crackdown on modern slavery, but it could all unravel without a few fixes.

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To end modern slavery will mean more than relying on police and the courts. Early intervention could be the solution.

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The nature of the construction industry makes it very vulnerable to modern slavery. Addressing the problem will take more than just legislation.

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Two groups have the power to hold businesses to account in cleaning up their supply chains. Now government needs to step up.

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The reported horrors faced by some migrant workers in Thailand’s fisheries point to a crisis affecting the world.

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The exploitation of workers is a global problem but the issues leading up to the men’s FIFA World Cup have sparked a global conversation about what can be done.

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