This document explains the steps Unilever has taken to prevent, detect and respond to slavery and human trafficking within our business and throughout our supply chain. This Statement covers Unilever PLC and Unilever N.V. and their group companies, with reporting companies proceeding with their own board approvals according to the Act. It covers the period of 12 months prior to January 2017.

Unilever Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement- Unilever, 2017 DOWNLOAD

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