Companies must take proactive and preventative measures to detect exploitation in supply chains.

Changing the way we do business: Modern Slavery Risk Mitigation

  • Supply Chain Management
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    Following the fourth event in a five part series of webinars, hosted in partnership with the International Organization for Migration and the US Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, GFEMS is pleased to share our latest briefing: Modern Slavery Risk Mitigation: A Candid Conversation on Changing the Way We Do Business

    The briefing provides an overview of the discussion held during the webinar, as well as highlights key themes for supply chain actors, recommendations for promoting responsible recovery, and an overview of the challenges faced in supply chains relating to modern slavery.

    Webinar description: Worker voice and predictive modeling tools can improve our ability to detect exploitation in supply chains. But detection is not enough. Companies must take proactive and preventative  measures. In this session, we will discuss tangible examples of action that  companies can take to reduce risk and prevent the occurrence of modern slavery in their supply chains.