For the first time, once the summer comes to a close, firms operating in Britain will have to report on an annual basis what they are doing to combat human trafficking along their global supply chains. This unprecedented reporting requirement is contained in the UK Modern Slavery Act, represents a first in Europe and has been roundly welcomed by many organizations fighting for human rights. However several grey areas concerning the Act’s implementation have left some skeptical.
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