International Labor Rights Forum
"Our core work is three-fold: 1. We hold global corporations accountable for labor rights violations in their supply chains. 2. We advance policies and laws that protect workers. 3. We strengthen workers’ ability to advocate for their rights. ILRF works with trade unions, faith-based organizations, and community groups to support workers and their families. We lead on initiatives such as making apparel factories safe in Bangladesh; stopping the exploitation of children in the cotton fields of Uzbekistan; increasing the income of farm workers in the cocoa fields of West Africa; developing labor law clinics in China; and supporting threatened union leaders in Latin America’s banana sector. ILRF’s work in Latin America carries forward the mission of the U.S. Labor Education in the Americas Project (USLEAP) and its founder Stephen Coats (1952-2013)."
- Address: 1634 I St NW, Suite 100
- City: Washington DC
- Country: United States
- Telephone: (202) 347-4100