How Asos is helping to stamp out modern slavery in Mauritius

There are an estimated 50,000 skilled migrant workers in Mauritius, employed mainly in the garment and textile industry. About 35 per cent of them are from Bangladesh. The IndustriALL Global Union states that when migrant workers are recruited to work in Mauritius, they are often told that they will earn a lot of money by recruiting agents in their countries of origin, which include India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Madagascar, Sri Lanka, and others.  However, this is not the case. Unlikely allianc

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