This practical guide leverages the lessons of regulatory compliance to illustrate how global businesses can manage human rights risks effectively, with a particular focus on modern slavery. This guide provides a quick reference for corporate directors and officers to implement modern slavery policies and procedures that meet stakeholder expectations while navigating emerging legal risk practically and efficiently.

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A Fair Hiring Framework for Responsible Business
Guidance 01 June 2011

Our Help Wanted Primer articulates the risk to multinational companies of forced labor and resulting debt-bondage caused by labor recruitment, and identifies the places within a company’s sourcing practices where recruiters present a reputational a...Read More

Local Authorities’ Referral Pathway for Adult Victims of Modern Slavery
GuidanceGraphics & Infographics 08 June 2018

Together with the London Working Group, the Human Trafficking Foundation has produced the Referral pathway for adult victims to help Local Authorities improve their response to human trafficking and modern slavery, in particular the identification an...Read More

TAGS: Europe
Business and Human Rights: A Guidebook for National Human Rights Institutions
Guidance 01 November 2013

In November 2013, the International Coordinating Committee for the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights (ICC) and the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) published Business and Human Rights: A Guidebook for National Human Rights Institutions...Read More

Getting to Good Human Trafficking Data: Everyday Guidelines for Frontline Practitioners in Southeast Asia
Guidance 29 March 2018

By Jessie Brunner Executive Summary These practical guidelines aim to be a resource to support that effort to combat human trafficking, motivated by the passionate belief that good data are essential to achieving our shared goal. There are many yet...Read More

TAGS: Asia