The brief focuses on best practices for identifying and eradicating forced labour at the supplier level. It explains the indicators of forced labour as incorporated into the Fair Labor Association (FLA) code, provides examples of risks and violations reported by the FLA’s on-the-ground assessors, and offers recommendations of proactive and co-operative steps that brands can take to ensure suppliers do not engage in or tolerate trafficking and forced labour.

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