Australia One Step Closer to Modern Slavery Act

29 November 2018
Research Innovation

The Australian House of Representatives approved amendments made by the Senate to the Modern Slavery Act, moving it one step closer to law. Once approved by the Governor-General, the Act will require business with a turnover of more than AUD 100 million to report on their efforts to eradicate slavery from their supply chains.

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