This Handbook is to be used by General Managers in conjunction with the Stop Slavery Blueprint and provides example documents that can be adapted and used accordingly.

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Civil society statement on the proposed EU corporate sustainability due diligence directive
Guidance

On 23 February 2022, the European Commission released its proposal for a directive on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence. This directive could represent a landmark step forward in minimising the negative impacts of businesses on worker...Read More

Guidelines for Employment and Integration of People Displaced from Ukraine
GuidanceStandards & Codes of ConductGood Practices

To reduce the risk to workers displaced due to the war in Ukraine, ETI established a working group with its members shortly after the Russian invasion, in early Spring 2022. The aim of the working group has been to facilitate knowledge and intel...Read More

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Measuring Disclosure Quality of Modern Slavery Statements: A SX300 Companies
Guidance

Modern slavery is a global phenomenon, with 40.3 million victims and $354 billion at-risk products imported by G20 countries in one year alone, according to estimates by the Walk Free Foundation (2018). Australia has historically been complicit in t...Read More

Preventing and addressing abuse and exploitation: A guide for police and labour inspectors working with migrants
Guidance

Migrants with insecure immigration status often feel unable to report cases of abuse and exploitation for fear that government authorities will prioritise their immigration status over the harm they have experienced and that they will face seri...Read More