Major Automakers May Be Using Chinese Aluminum Produced With Uyghur Forced Labor
By Simina Mistreanu
A new report from Human Rights Watch links some of the world's largest car manufacturers to aluminum allegedly produced with forced labor by Uyghurs.
The Complex Reality of Uyghur Forced Labor: Unveiling the Products Implicated
By Kuldeep Singh Chauhan
A new report reveals that the Chinese government has invested substantial resources in developing an extensive network of compulsory labor, encompassing a wide range of industries.
China’s Up-and-Coming Sports Gear Makers: When Politics Meets Business
By Nils Bayer
China’s indigenous sports apparel companies have made great strides in their domestic market, in part by embracing the CCP’s line. That decision poses steep hurdles for their expansion abroad.
Forced Prison Labor in China: Hiding in Plain Sight
By Peter Humphrey
Two years after a 6-year-old discovered a plea for help in a package of Christmas cards, newly released prisoners detail their accusations – and the prison’s cover up when the scandal broke.
What Forced Labor in Xinjiang Means for Supply Chain Due Diligence
By Andrew Samet
Can audit firms actually credibly audit in Xinjiang? Can they actually credibly audit in China at all?
US Report Finds Widespread Forced Uyghur Labor in China
By Associated Press
U.S. lawmakers are pushing for a ban on imports from Xinjiang because of the widespread use of forced labor in the region.