As shareholders of a company, investors have the power and incentive to influence company behaviours, and can have considerable influence over the way in which a company addresses and mitigates its risks in the area of human trafficking and forced labour. This report provides investors with a selection of representative industry examples and case studies that will enable them to be more conversant with, and have greater understanding of, the nature of human trafficking and forced labour risks in various sectors. Advice and guidance is given to investors and businesses on how these risks can be addressed and companies can meet their corporate responsibilities.

Forced Labour, Human Trafficking and the FTSE 100 - A Review of Company Disclosure and Recommendations for Investor Engagement - Finance Against Trafficking, 2015 DOWNLOAD

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