Modern slavery is an umbrella term that covers: all situations of exploitation that a person cannot refuse or leave, because of threats, violence, coercion, abuse of power or deception.

Modern slavery sits at the extreme end of a spectrum of labour exploitation. Tolerance of less severe abuses creates the environment that allows modern slavery to occur.

child labour

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Stop Slavery General Manager Handbook
Guidance

This Handbook is to be used by General Managers in conjunction with the Stop Slavery Blueprint and provides example documents that can be adapted and used accordingly.

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Guidance

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GuidanceGood Practices

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Guidance

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