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Regulating Transparency and Disclosures on Modern Slavery in Global Supply Chains: A "Conversation Starter" or a "Tick-Box Exercise"?

Nolan, Justine; Ford, Jolyon; Islam, M. Azizul


The global economy relies on corporate sourcing and procurement practices along complex transnational supply chains. Some goods and services that find their way to the consumer public are sourced in contexts tainted by modern slavery, including forced labour and human trafficking. Mandatory reporting and disclosure schemes have long been used to manage risk and impact across various aspects of corporate and market activity. It is only more recently that some governments have begun to use such...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2019
Type: Report (Commissioned)
Access Rights: Open Access via publisher website


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