Walk Free Report Assesses UK and Australian Modern Slavery Act Statements Produced by Garment Industry

15 March 2022
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A recent report from Walk Free and WikiRate assessed UK and Australian Modern Slavery Act statements by the garment industry and its investors, finding that compliance was shallow and did not provide adequate supply chain disclosure. The report examines the varying quality of disclosure between UK and Australian companies, notes the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and provides a series of recommendations to companies in the garment sector.

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