USFIA's Sustainability Partner BSI invites you to a thought-provoking series of events highlighting their research and advisory work related to the recent focus on the issue of North Korean forced labor. The resources below will provide insight into the current risk landscape regarding North Korean forced labor and their impacts on the supply chain.

EVENT: Mitigating the Risk of Forced Labor & Exploitation of North Korean Nationals in Your Supply Chain - May 10 & 31

Join BSI and C4ADS (Center for Advanced Defense Studies) for a free event in Arlington, Virginia or London, United Kingdom to hear from subject matter experts on how to effectively identify and mitigate North Korean forced labor risks within your supply chain. Both BSI and C4ADS have extensive knowledge and intelligence on the current global risk landscape concerning the exploitation of North Korean workers, and have come together to drive awareness and best mitigation practices to eliminate the threat to organizations and the abuse of foreign workers. 

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WEBINAR: Identifying North Korean Forced Labor Threats in Your Supply Chain  

This introductory webinar, provided by BSI and C4ADS, covered topics, such as countries at greatest risk, documented incidents of the presence of North Korean labor, and criteria that correlates with an increased likelihood of forced labor. As well as the innovative research methods used by BSI and C4ADS to identify and quantify the threat and impact posed by this issue. 

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ICYMI: North Korean Forced Labor in International Supply Chains Report

In examining North Korean migrant labor worldwide, BSI has identified notable countries and industries of concern, as well as the recruitment methodologies and working conditions characteristic of North Korean forced labor. This report examines specific notable cases of North Korean forced labor abroad, and how companies and governments addressed these cases. In addition, this report highlights how recent government and company actions are contributing to changes in current trends in North Korean forced labor worldwide.

Click here to access the report.