The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act has focused company attention on the presence of human trafficking and modern-day slavery in supply chains. Yet standard social compliance responses will not be adequate to reduce company risks – or worker vulnerability – to these egregious problems.
In this White Paper, Verité outlines the content of the Act, the sources of trafficking and forcedlabor risk, and what is necessary in order to address these problems adequately in supply chain production.

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Approaches to Safe Migration Activities in Counter Trafficking Projects: Learning from Our Actions – USAID Asia CTIP Learning Paper Series
Good Practices

This Learning Paper Series was developed by the USAID Asia Counter Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) project with the overall aim to learn from our current and previous programming to better inform our future work. Winrock In- ternational is the im...Read More

Strength in Numbers: Case Studies from Southeast Asia
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Freedom Collaborative was launched in 2016 by Liberty Shared, with support from Chab Dai International, as an online platform for cross-border cooperation between anti-trafficking service providers in Asia. Since then, we have been excited to see th...Read More

Repayment of Recruitment Fees to Workers: 4 Emerging Best Practices
Online ToolsGuidanceGood PracticesPublications

A growing number of global brands and retailers are adopting ethical recruitment policies stipulating, among other things, that all costs and fees related to labour recruitment are paid by the employer and not by the workers being recruited. Employe...Read More

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Statement of Principles & Recommended Practices for Confronting Human Trafficking & Modern Slavery
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The exploitation of persons– for labor or sexual purposes– is the third-largest illegal “business” after drug and arms trafficking. While slavery was officially abolished in the United States 150 years ago, in 2012 the International Labor Or...Read More