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Biden, Brazil's Lula to launch initiative focused on workers' rights

  • U.S. President Joe Biden and Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva will launch the U.S.-Brazil Partnership for Workers' Rights to advance the rights of working people, focusing on issues like child labor, discrimination, and the gig economy.
  • The initiative aims to engage private-sector partners in innovative approaches to create decent jobs and combat workplace discrimination. It will be bilateral to start but will invite other countries and organizations to join. Biden and Lula plan to address these issues at multilateral forums like the Group of 20 and global climate events.
  • Biden and Lula seek areas of common ground despite recent differences and will discuss labor, the environment, and potentially the humanitarian crisis in Haiti. The U.S. Committed $50 million to the initiative, with Biden proposing an additional $500 million from Congress.
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