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Our company offers country forced labor and social compliance audit services to promote the good standing of Colombian producers, manufacturers and suppliers.

n 2021, Colombia made significant advancement in efforts to eliminate the worst forms of child labor. The government amended the Penal Code, increasing penalties for aggravating factors in crimes of human smuggling and trafficking involving children. The Ministry of Labor also adopted a "Guide for the Identification of Possible Cases of Trafficking in Persons for the Purpose of Forced Labor" to help labor inspectors identify forced labor crimes.


The Intersectoral Commission for the Prevention of the Recruitment and Use of Children by Illegal Armed Groups published an extensive report analyzing the incidence and patterns of the recruitment, use, and sexual violence against children carried out by illegal armed and criminal groups for the 2016–2020 period. The Ministry of the Interior also developed and implemented the national trafficking in persons prevention plan "Zero Complicity," which focused on strengthening trafficking prevention efforts and includes a public awareness campaign.


In addition, the government introduced the "Katunaa Modality" social program designed to protect the fundamental rights of children ages 6 to 13, including with regard to child labor, sexual violence, and intra-family violence. However, children in Colombia are subjected to the worst forms of child labor, including in commercial sexual exploitation and illicit activities, each sometimes as a result of human trafficking. The government does not employ a sufficient number of labor inspectors. Research also indicates that existing social programs are insufficient to address the scope of the worst forms of child labor in Colombia.


Our unique approach is to work with our clients to promote the aspect of Colombian excellence in our workplace and to meet the global requirements of forced labor good practices.


  • Internal onsite forced labor reviews to audit personnel management practices

  • Confidential forced labor training

  • Corrective action and improvement policies

  • Certifications of good standing

  • Re-current certifications

  • Documentation trail as evidence of implementation

  • Multi-tier supplier tracking and tracing forced labor certification services

  • Social compliance consulting


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