This report provides a unique insight into the current drivers, practices, and challenges of Australian businesses in managing human rights in their supply chains. Importantly, the report provides practical guidance to assist business with identifying and addressing human rights risks in their supply chains.

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Human rights in supply chains: Promoting positive practice - Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), Australian Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (ACCSR), the Global Compact Network Australia (GCNA), 2015 DOWNLOAD

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