Reporting

Moving from paper to practice: ASX200 reporting under Australia’s Modern Slavery Act
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01 July 2021

The research finds that most companies complied with the minimum requirements of modern slavery reporting, with clear groups of leaders and laggards within the ASX200. Perhaps unsurprisingly, given this is the first year of reporting, the majority of statements appearing...

Updated Indicators: Laundering of proceeds from human trafficking for sexual exploitation
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01 July 2021

This Operational Alert updates FINTRAC’s 2016 Operational Alert “Indicators: The laundering of illicit proceeds from human trafficking for sexual exploitation” with additional indicators in support of Project Protect to assist reporting entities in recognizing financial transactions suspected of being related...

Creating Consequences: Canada’s Moment to Act on Slavery in Global Supply chains
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20 June 2021

In this report we examine just the tip of this iceberg, reviewing some of the most visible signs of Canadian business ties to forced labour abroad. Companies are importing into Canada large quantities of goods from industries in which forced...

Support and Access to Justice for Adult Victims of Modern Slavery
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13 May 2021

The purpose of this research is to highlight gaps in modern slavery victim support and access to justice for adults. First by developing a structured understanding on existing policies and legislation. Then, taking Hertfordshire as an example, understanding how national...

Access to protection and remedy for victims of human trafficking for the purpose of labour exploitation in Belgium and the Netherlands
Publications
29 April 2021

According to the latest ILO global estimates, 25 million people are victims of forced labour. This issue concerns all regions in the world. UN Sustainable Development Goal 8 on Decent Work and Economic Growth includes a target 8.7 for which...

Fired, then Robbed: Fashion brands’ complicity in Wage Theft during Covid-19
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20 April 2021

The world’s garment workers have been among the hardest hit by the economic ravages of the coronavirus pandemic. Hours and wages have declined for many of those lucky enough to keep their jobs, and millions have been fired outright, as...

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