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Name of Resource

Supply Chains Resources Hub

Type

Information / knowledge platform

Country / jurisdiction

Global

Organization

International Trade Union Confederation

Initiative launch date

2015

Description

The resource is dedicated to promote the work of unions and allies in the fight for decent work in supply chains. Interested parties can post their reports, stories of workers and the organization of campaigns that could be supported.

Availability

ENG: http://www.ituc-csi.org/supply-chains-resources-hub

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Name of Resource

Inside the global supply chains of 50 top companies

Type

Report / analysis

Country / jurisdiction

Global

Organization

International Trade Union Confederation

Initiative launch date

2016

Description

The report analyses a business model with a global footprint that covers almost every country in the world and profiles 25 companies with headquarters in Asia, Europe, and the United States. The report includes five recommendations for companies to address the issues of global supply chains: Supply chain– know whom you contract from and publish this; Safe work – inspect sites, fix hazards and recognise workers’ right to safety committees; Secure work – end short- term contracts; Minimum living wages – pay wages on which people can live with dignity; Collective bargaining – for wage share and decent wages and working conditions.

Availability

ENG: https://www.ituc-csi.org/IMG/pdf/pdffrontlines_scandal_en-2.pdf 

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Name of Resource

Modern Slavery in Company Operation and Supply Chains: Mandatory transparency, mandatory due diligence and public procurement due diligence

Type

Report/analysis

Country / jurisdiction

Global

Organization

International Trade Union Confederation, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Initiative launch date

September 2017

Description

The paper sets out what leading governments are already doing to insist global businesses does more to eradicate modern slavery. It draws from this experience to set out how these uncoordinated actions could become a robust and harmonised international standard for national legislations.

The report reviews existing or emerging legislation that addresses modern slavery in companies’ operations and supply chains. It focuses on three related areas of legislation: mandatory transparency, mandatory due diligence and public procurement.

Availability

ENG: https://business-humanrights.org/sites/default/files/documents/Modern%2520slavery%2520in%
2520company%2520operation%2520and%2520supply%2520chain_FINAL.pdf

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