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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How to do business with respect for children’s right to be free from child labour: ILO-IOE child labour guidance tool for business
Guidance 15 December 2015

The guidelines aim to improve global supply chain governance, due diligence and remediation processes to advance the progressive elimination of child labour. The Child Labour Guidance Tool was created jointly by the International Labour Organizati...Read More

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Guidance 04 May 2018

In recent years, there have been many reports of workers in supply chains being abused, exploited and even trafficked. Therefore, the expectation that businesses should carry out due diligence to address adverse impacts has grown considerably. As ...Read More

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Businesses can play a major role in contributing to economic, environmental and social progress, especially when they minimise the adverse impacts of their operations, supply chains and other business relationships. The OECD Guidelines for Multinatio...Read More

Child Rights and Security Checklist
GuidanceGood Practices 17 April 2017

The checklist identifies 14 criteria for companies and governments to assess the extent to which their security frameworks are attentive to and protective of children’s rights. The check- list indicates whether each criterion is applicable to compa...Read More

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