For the calendar year 2016 1,961 companies, which do business in California and are subject to the CA-TISCA, have been evaluated according to their report on their relevant anti-slavering measures or absence thereof.

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Corporate Compliance with the Calfornia Transparency in Supply Chains Act: Anti-Slavery Perfomance in 2016 DOWNLOAD
A Wall of Silence: The Construction Sector’s Response to Migrant Rights in Qatar and the UAE
Publications 05 December 2016

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre has quizzed 100 construction companies operating in Qatar and the UAE on the measures they are taking to stop exploitation of migrant workers. Only 22 responded, indicating a shocking level of inaction. ...Read More

The French Law on Duty of Care: A Historic Step Towards Making Globalization Work for All
Publications 15 June 2017

By Sandra COSSART, Jérôme and Tiphaine BEAU DE LOMENIE INTRODUCTION The difficult journey of the French Bill on the duty of care of parent and subcontracting companies came to an end on 23 March 2017, when the French Constitutional Council (Counc...Read More

2018 List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor
Publications 20 September 2018

The List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor, mandated by the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act, includes one new country, Eswatini (formerly known as Swaziland), and ten new goods (amber, bovines, cabbages, carrots, cer...Read More

TAGS: Global
Human Trafficking & Modern Slavery – 2018 Report
Publications 01 February 2018

In September 2017, The Evening Standard and The Independent, in partnership with the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner, launched a three-month special investigation into the issue of modern slavery. The special investigation, which was personally...Read More

TAGS: Europe