This toolkit aims to help companies that work in corporate supply chains to quickly identify areas of their business which carry the highest risk of modern slavery and develop a simple plan to prevent and address any identified risks. It is designed particularly for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which typically face the greatest modern slavery risks across supply chains, but can be considered a resource for companies of all sizes as they get started.

Addressing Forced Labor and other Modern Slavery Risks: A Toolkit for Small and Medium-Sized Suppliers - Global Business Coalition Against Human Trafficking, 2020 DOWNLOAD














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