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Businesses, investors and civil society organizations have written to the UK Government calling for new legislation requiring companies to identify and act upon human rights and environmental impacts.
Slave-Free Alliance’s Norway team is running a webinar series to inform people about protecting human rights and reducing exploitation in supply chains and their own operations.
Slave-Free Alliance co-hosted an event in Norway to inform and share knowledge about modern-day slavery among businesses and professionals in light of the new Norwegian Transparency Act.
The EU Parliament has strongly approved the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD). This new directive will update the EU’s current reporting framework for businesses on issues including modern slavery and exploitation in supply chains.
Slave-Free Alliance organised a packed programme of events to mark Anti-Slavery Week, supported by hundreds of individuals, organisations and businesses.
We are delighted that Koray Köse, a Senior Director Analyst in Gartner’s Supply Chain Operations team, will speak at our upcoming Slave-Free Alliance webinar on Tuesday, 25 October 2022, on the topic of Supply Chain Visibility & Management.
Dozens of professionals joined together at Slave-Free Alliance’s latest Members’ Seminar to share their insights on how they are taking steps to mitigate the risks of modern slavery and labour exploitation in their operations and supply chains.
Hope for Justice is delivering training to Bank of the West’s 10,000 employees so they are equipped to identify human trafficking in-person and in customers’ financial transactions.
The U.S. Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act comes into force from today (June 21, 2022) – but very few businesses are ready for the changes, according to a leading non-profit consultancy.
A study into the lives and working conditions of Leicester garment workers has identified nine key areas that the sector can improve upon.
‘Construction companies must act’ – Report reveals 33 businesses paid criminal gang who exploited victims of modern slavery
At least 33 businesses unknowingly paid an organised criminal gang who placed hundreds of victims of modern slavery on construction sites in Britain, an investigation has found.
Ukraine Crisis: Hope for Justice joins more than 25 human rights groups with urgent message to mobile networks
More than 25 human rights groups, including Hope for Justice, have written to the main mobile network companies, asking them to provide a vital welcome text to Ukrainian refugees arriving in the UK.
Two women are now safely back in their home country after exiting an exploitative situation of forced labour in the fishing industry.