Analyses of statements under the Modern Slavery Act show FTSE 100 boards failing to appreciate slavery risks in their supply chains

When it comes to compliance with the UK’s Modern Slavery Act few companies are doing more than the barest minimum to meet the law. And as the recent Panorama documentary about Syrian refugees in garment workers Turkish supply chains showed (see page 6), even Marks and Spencer, a company...

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modern slavery  supply chain  NGOs  accountability  Human rights  anti-slavery 

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