The following criteria can be used by any organization to help it design an effective and transparent system for preventing human trafficking in its operations and those of its supply chain. It can also be used by an organization or an independent third party to authenticate the scope and effectiveness of the organization’s anti-human trafficking efforts. Each authentication criterion is provided with descriptions of performance that can demonstrate conformance with the criterion, or describe leading practices. Also provided are examples of the documents, data and other evidence needed for verification. A company must achieve at least “Conformance” in order for its performance to be authenticated for a given criterion.

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How Can I Manage the Risk of Modern Slavery in My Supply Chain? GFEMS Highlights Three Promising Forced Labor Risk Detection Tools
Guidance

The COVID-19 pandemic has increased workers’ vulnerability to modern slavery across global apparel and manufacturing supply chains1. In addition to exacerbating risks to workers, the pandemic has increased consumers’ visibility on where and...Read More

Regional mapping of trafficking and vulnerable migrants’ routes: Collective CSO data on migration routes in the east and Horn of Africa
Guidance

Civil society organizations across the seven states of the Horn of Africa welcome this mapping of regional routes, the relevant trends collaboration among groups in the region, and the enhanced cooperation around fighting human trafficking. Victims ...Read More

Delta 8.7 crisis policy guide
Guidance

In many ways, our understanding of the links between modern slavery and humanitarian crisis is still nascent. Just over five years ago, the United Nations held its first thematic debate on human trafficking, specifically condemning, “in the strong...Read More

Recruitment Practices and Migrant Labor Conditions in Nestlé’s Thai Shrimp Supply Chain
Guidance

Seeking to better understand the risks of forced labour and human trafficking in the Thai seafood industry, Nestlé contracted Verité to conduct a focused investigation of six production sites in Thailand—three shrimp farms (one in Maha...Read More