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Brazil: Ministry of Labour publishes updated dirty list of employers caught using labour in a situation analogous to slavery, after judicial decision

The Ministry of Labour has finally published on 27 October the updated version of the dirty list, a public register of employers caught using labour in a situation analogous to slavery. The publication of the list took place only after a court decision obliged the Ministry to do so. To know more about the Ministry's attempts to suspend the list and change the concept of slave labour, putting at risk the combat to forced labour, click here. To read in Portuguese, click here.

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