Project Profile: Mobilizing Türkiye’s Hazelnut Villages to Act on Child Labor and Poor Working Conditions
In the rugged hills of Turkey's Black Sea coast, hazelnut production is still mostly manual and heavily reliant on seasonal hired labor.
There is no place in either sustainable agriculture or responsible business for human rights abuses such as forced labor. This position paper first presents how the Rainforest Alliance defines forced
The study looks at impacts of transition to mechanized harvesting; employment terms and conditions; gender discrimination; wages; occupational health and safety; housing and living conditions; and operational grievance and remedy mechanisms.
The Rainforest Alliance protects and promotes the human rights of more than 1.5 million farmworkers through our certification program, and of tens of thousands more in our community-level work.
The Rainforest Alliance Acknowledges New Oxfam Germany Report Highlighting Worker’s Rights in German Fruit Supply Chain
We applaud Oxfam’s important efforts to further the protection of human rights in global supply chains.