With the contribution of Rapid Asia, a key milestone in the “Our Food Our Future” project is now published. This report aims to promote alternative and critical models of consumption, socially and environmentally sustainable agrifood supply chains, and full respect for the rights of male and female workers. The initiative specifically focuses on supporting groups highly vulnerable to labor exploitation, such as women migrant workers. A special appreciation goes to the European Commission within the DEAR Programme, who financed this report, and WeWorld who contributed their support and efforts to this report.
To read more about this report, please visit here.