This briefing forms part of a broader five session series of webinars standing to tackle contemporary issues impacting modern slavery in supply chains, calling for candid discussion and pragmatic solutions. The objectives being:
• Discuss pragmatic actions in modern slavery risk assessment, mitigation, and remediation
• Identify gaps in guidance, services, or products to address modern slavery in supply chains
• Produce briefing documents following each webinar with actionable recommendations for supply chain stakeholders

Briefing - Responding to COVID-19: What can companies do to promote responsible recovery? - International Organization for Migration, 2020 DOWNLOAD

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