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Name of Resource

Tackling Modern Slavery In Supply Chains - A Guide 1.0

Type

Report/analysis

Country / jurisdiction

Global

Organization

Walk Free Foundation, Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply, Verité

Date of publishing

September 2014

Description

The information in this resource is primarily aimed at procurement, supply chain and sustainability professionals in companies, organizations and governments. It is aimed at those who want concrete guidance on how to reduce or eliminate the risk of modern slavery occurring in their supply chains, either as a direct or indirect result of their procurement practices. For the purpose of simplicity, the Guide uses the term company, however the Guide is relevant to all governments and any other organization wishing to tackle slavery in their supply chains. Finally, the Guide is intended to be a comprehensive system of meaningful action to address modern slavery within an organization’s operations and is designed for verification.

Availability

ENG: https://www.cips.org/Documents/Knowledge/Procurement-Topics-and-Skills/4-Sustainability-CSR-Ethics/Sustainable-and-Ethical-Procurement/tackling-modern-slavery-in-modern-supply-chains.pdf