In this report, case studies highlight how widespread modern slavery is today and its relevance to businesses. Examples include the widely reported abuses in the textiles and garments sector in Brazil, the investigative journalists undercovering horrific abuses in the Thai seafood industry, forced labour of many construction workers in the Middle East, modern slaves producing electronic goods in Asia that implicates the supply chains of many household brands for smart phones and computers, and the migrant workers being forced to work in factories in the UK.

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