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International Labor Grants: Department of Labor Should Improve Management of Key Award Documentation
Thomas Melito (au)
Recent incidents, including the collapse of a factory building in Bangladesh, have highlighted poor working conditions overseas. According to the International Labour Organization (ILO), millions of children worldwide are engaged in labor that hinders their development. The U.S. Department of Laboräó»s (Laboräó»s) Bureau of International Labor Affairs (ILAB) provides technical assistance mainly through international and nongovernmental organizations to improve working conditions by supporting worker rights and combating child labor. This report examines (1) how ILAB develops its technical assistance projects; (2) how ILAB selects recipients of its funding; and (3) how Labor manages its grant award documentation. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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