The End Slavery Now Slave Free Buying Guide is meant to introduce consumers to companies, brands and social enterprises that address slavery, forced labour and human trafficking in their supply chains.

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Preventing Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking: An Agenda for Action across the Financial Services Sector
Guidance

There are over 40 million people in modern slavery worldwide. Modern slavery exists in every industry, in every country in the world. The financial services industry has a major role to play in combating this violent and abusive business. And yet ou...Read More

Sanofi Social Charter
Standards & Codes of Conduct

The Sanofi Social Charter reflects the values and attitudes of the company and the group, applies to all employees of the Group worldwide and reflects the commitment of Sanofi in terms of responsibility towards its employees and the environment. ...Read More

Global supply chains: Insights into the Thai seafood sector
Guidance

Part of the International Labour Organization (ILO) Asia-Pacific Working Paper Series. Written by Lorenza Errighi, Ivanka Mamic, and Birgitte Krogh-Poulsen. In recent decades, the Thai seafood sector has expanded on a global scale by using foreig...Read More

COVID, ESGs and Going to the Moon: How Business Can Unite to Eliminate Forced Labour
COVID-19 resourcesGuidance

On the surface, this statement may seem like just another contribution to the world of hyperbole. A Drug-free ASEAN by 2015 anyone? The difference here is that we are dealing with practices that the vast majority of people consider have no place in ...Read More