Modern slavery rankings, Myanmar leads on charity, and shareholders missing out on sustainability data

Companies slow to report modern slavery risks

Only 27 UK companies among the FTSE 100 have so far reported on their actions to stamp out forced labour in their supply chains, as required under the Modern Slavery Act. Of these, none is judged to be high-performing. The Business and...

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