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Eradicating forced labor in electronics: What do company statements under the UK Modern Slavery Act tell us?

Develop Commitments & GovernanceEnhance MonitoringExamine Purchasing PracticesImprove RecruitmentImprove Traceability & Risk AssessmentIncorporate Worker VoiceLearn About Forced Labor RiskRemedy AbuseUnderstand the Legislative Landscape

Three years after the passage of the United Kingdom’s Modern Slavery Act, KnowTheChain reviewed how more than 100 global companies in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector are responding to the law.

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Forced Labor Compared: Findings From Three Sectors

Develop Commitments & GovernanceEnhance MonitoringExamine Purchasing PracticesImprove RecruitmentImprove Traceability & Risk AssessmentIncorporate Worker VoiceRemedy Abuse

KnowTheChain identified three sectors with the highest risk of forced labor in their supply chains and benchmarked 60 companies within those sectors. In order to build on the momentum of this first set of reports, KnowTheChain worked to identify lessons and recommendations that can benefit companies across all sectors. This report is the product of those efforts.

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ICT Benchmark Findings Report

Develop Commitments & GovernanceEnhance MonitoringExamine Purchasing PracticesImprove RecruitmentImprove Traceability & Risk AssessmentIncorporate Worker VoiceLearn About Forced Labor RiskRemedy AbuseUndertake Due Diligence

KTC's benchmark of 20 global ICT companies on efforts to address forced labor. The ranking focuses on commitment and governance, traceability and risk assessment, purchasing practices, recruitment, worker voice, monitoring, and remedy.

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OECD Guidance for financial sector

Undertake Due Diligence

Key considerations for helping conduct due diligence under the OECD guidelines for institutional investors. The guidance can help investors consider what actions they can take to address possible exposure to human rights issues.

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IHRB, Investing the Rights Way

Undertake Due Diligence

A guide for investors on business and human rights developed by the Institute for Human Rights and Business. This resource provides helpful information to investors on what steps they can take to ensure their investments align with their values.

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Apparel & Footwear Benchmark Findings Report

Develop Commitments & GovernanceEnhance MonitoringExamine Purchasing PracticesImprove RecruitmentImprove Traceability & Risk AssessmentIncorporate Worker VoiceLearn About Forced Labor RiskRemedy AbuseUndertake Due Diligence

This report assesses the efforts of 20 of the largest global apparel and footwear companies to address forced labor in their supply chains. The ranking focuses on commitment and governance, traceability and risk assessment, purchasing practices, recruitment, worker voice, monitoring, and remedy.

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FLA, Supply chain traceability and transparency

Understand the Legislative Landscape

This paper examines trends towards greater transparency, such as shifting industry norms, emerging regulations, and greater interest from civil society. It includes a chart explaining the scope, requirements, and enforcement mechanisms of the legal and regulatory transparency frameworks.

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Resource Centre, Modern Slavery Registry

Understand the Legislative Landscape

This repository of over 5,000 statements from global companies under the UK Modern Slavery Act and California Transparency in Supply Chains Act enables users to search for statements by company, sector, and country, and to access reporting guidance.

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Food & Beverage Benchmark Findings Report

Develop Commitments & GovernanceEnhance MonitoringExamine Purchasing PracticesImprove RecruitmentImprove Traceability & Risk AssessmentIncorporate Worker VoiceLearn About Forced Labor RiskRemedy AbuseUndertake Due Diligence

KTC's benchmark of 20 global food and beverage companies on efforts to address forced labor. The ranking focuses on commitment and governance, traceability and risk assessment, purchasing practices, recruitment, worker voice, monitoring, and remedy.

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