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“Tier Rankings in the Fight Against Human Trafficking”
Testimony by ILRF to the US Congress, House Foreign Affairs Committee, Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations

“Doctors in the fields”
Uzbek-German Forum for Human Rights

“Uzbekistan’s slave labor problem”

“Cotton exporters using child labor”


INKOTA Netzwerk e.V.

Cotton in Context: A conversation with experts on Uzbekistan
European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR)

Forced Child Labor Continued during the 2012 Cotton Harvest: Video of the 5th grade students (age 11) of school N 70 of Yakkabog district in Kashkadarya region
Uzbek civil society activists

Observations of the 2012 Cotton Harvest
Uzbek German Forum for Human Rights and the Cotton Campaign

2012 Harvest Observations

2012 Video of State-Sponsored Forced Labour of Children and Adults in the Cotton Fields of Uzbekistan
Uzbek German Forum for Human Rights

“Fabric of Abuse: Fashion world snubs fruits of Uzbek child labor”
Russia Today, 2011

White Gold: The True Cost of Cotton
Environmental Justice Foundation

BBC Newsnight Investigates the Uzbek Cotton Industry
Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

High Level Hearing “From the Uzbek Cotton Fields to the Termez Military Base,” Berlin, March 2012
Organized by European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights, participants included Theo van Boven, former UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, Sanjar Umarov, Chairman of the Sunshine Coalition Uzbekistan, Patricia Flor, Special Envoy for Central Asia at the German Foreign Office, and Jan Egeland, Director of Human Rights Watch Europe and former UN Under Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs.

Part 1: The State of Human Rights in Uzbekistan

Part 2: State-Sponsored Child Labor in the Uzbek Cotton Fields

Part 3: The Responsibility of Economic Actors

Part 4: The Role of Germany and the EU

Part 5: Termez, NATO, and Conflict of Democratic Values

Part 6: The Karimov Family- The World’s Largest Family-Owned Business

Part 7: What Should the West Do?