The Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime (GI-TOC) and the Global Business Coalition Against Human Trafficking (GBCAT), two of the founding organisations of the Interactive Map for Business of Anti-human Trafficking Initiatives and Organisations (https://www.modernslaverymap.org/), are conducting a survey to better understand how businesses are using the Interactive Map and how we can further improve and tailor it to the private sector’s specific needs.

The current pandemic and social, economic crises are posing a huge challenge to companies’ anti-human trafficking efforts and due diligence processes. It is especially during such crises that close collaborations between the private sector and other stakeholders are needed, in order to prevent eroding any positive developments made in eradicating human trafficking in supply chains over the years. With this in mind, we aim to further develop and enhance the Interactive Map as a living tool for companies, anti-trafficking organisations, and the general public to navigate existing and emerging partners, initiatives and resources.

We would highly appreciate your help in disseminating this survey (English, French, Spanish) to the businesses in your network. The survey will close on 30 September 2020.

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