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














Global supply chains: Insights into the Thai seafood sector

Part of the International Labour Organization (ILO) Asia-Pacific Working Paper Series. Written by Lorenza Errighi, Ivanka Mamic, and Birgitte Krogh-Poulsen. In recent decades, the Thai seafood sector has expanded on a global scale by using foreig...Read More

Human Trafficking and Males (2016)
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From January 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016, a total of 7,075 substantive calls were made to the National Human Trafficking Hotline by males in the United States. Substantive calls exclude hang-ups, wrong numbers, declined calls, missed calls, an...Read More

National Hotline 2019 Maine State Report
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The data in this report represents signals and cases from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019 and is accurate as of July 30, 2020. Cases of trafficking may be ongoing or new information may revealed to the National Hotline over time. Consequen...Read More

A Checklist & Guidance for Assessing Compliance

The aim of this checklist is to help compliance personnel perform better assessments. Such assessments are a key link in the implementation of corporate codes of conduct and enable auditors to identify forced labour at enterprise level and in globa...Read More

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