This briefing paper by Liberty Shared sets out recent improvements to the transparency of supply chains and analysis techniques and resources being increasingly applied by civil society to identify where exploitative activities exist in a supply chain and the nature of the actors involved. The case study included focuses on a supply chain in the fishing industry, but the methodology is already being applied supply chains in other industries.

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Health Hazards, Child Labour and Data Protection Breaches on Palm Oil Plantations
Publications 04 December 2018

The report identifies numerous potential liabilities for palm oil buyers and investors to consider when making investments in this sector to avoid facilitation and profit generation from labour abuses and failure to take action to address these issue...Read More

Modern Slavery Report 2017-18
Publications 10 August 2018

The Modern Slavery Report highlights Crown Prosecution Service (CPS)'s efforts during 2017-18 to disrupt, prosecute and improve their response to offending. Findings show a 27 per cent rise in the number of suspects charged with modern slavery and hu...Read More

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The Role of Recruitment Fees and Abusive and Fraudulent Recruitment Practices of Recruitment Agencies in Trafficking in Persons
Publications 01 December 2015

The purpose of the paper is to examine the relationship between recruitment fees and other abusive and fraudulent practices of recruitment agencies and trafficking in persons, with a particular focus on criminal justice measures to address this relat...Read More

Decision No. 8/07 Combating Trafficking in Human Beings for Labour Exploitation
Publications 30 November 2007

The decision calls on OSCE participating States to: • Consider ensuring that contractors who knowingly use subcontractors involved in traf- ficking for labour exploitation can be held accountable for that crime; • Develop programmes to curb th...Read More