This report maps corporate liability for forced labour and human trafficking across several
jurisdictions, highlighting legislation that applies to companies and what duties are
expected in business operations and activities (including duties to detect, prevent,
mitigate, report and remedy incidences of trafficking and forced labour). This report
comprises a detailed legal mapping, most relevant to in-house and external legal advisors.

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ILO Global Business Network on Forced Labor Policy Briefs: Viet Nam
GuidanceStandards & Codes of ConductGood Practices

Forced labour is violation of labour and human rights. It is a global challenge faced by many countries and sectors. Governments, employer and business membership organizations, workers’ organizations, and other stakeholders all have a role to pla...Read More

Modern Slavery Statement FY2020
Standards & Codes of Conduct

This is our fifth Statement in response to the UK Modern Slavery Act and our first under the Australian Modern Slavery Act. It describes theactivities we have undertaken throughout our financial year (3) to strengthen our processes and better unders...Read More

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Zain Supplier Code of Conduct
Standards & Codes of Conduct

The Code contains general requirements applicable to all suppliers to Zain Group, its operating companies, other subsidiaries and divisions (‘Zain’). Suppliers are defined as all those businesses that sell products and/or services to Zain, incl...Read More

Fairmined Standard for Gold from Artisanal and Small-scale Mining, including associated precious metals
Standards & Codes of Conduct

The Fairmined Standard for Gold and Associated Precious Metals has been developed to support sustainable development of artisanal and small-scale mining communities. The standard includes requirements for artisanal and small-scale mining organiza...Read More