Ikea, John Lewis and The Body Shop are among the companies that are going beyond audits

The companies leading the battle against modern slavery are going far beyond auditing and working in collaboration with others to tackle it deep in their supply chains, anti-slavery groups say.

Phil Bloomer of the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre says companies that perform audits where suppliers are given weeks...

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supply chains  anti-slavery  Human rights  modern slavery  Body Shop  John Lewis  Ikea  partnership 

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