This guide developed by Ethical Trade Initiative (ETI) will help businesses understand key concepts, legal definitions and their responsibility to tackle modern slavery. It provides examples and practical steps to assist companies in applying ETI Base Code clauses.

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ETI's Base Code Guidance: Modern slavery - practical guidance for brands and retailers - Ethical Trade Initiative (ETI), 2017 DOWNLOAD

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