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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