Stopping Traffick addresses topics that are important for corporations with complex supply chains by highlighting the specific risks of unknown human trafficking and forced labor in a company’s supply chain and how to best avoid this and its many adverse consequences.
It is part of the HUB Talks podcast which covers critical issues at the intersection of business and law.
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In this episode of Stopping Traffick, Amy Groff will discuss the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) that addresses human trafficking.
As companies strive to comply with rules and regulations to ensure that their supply chains are compliant, efforts can be impacted by false information discussed digitally.
The legislation has been hailed for blazing a trail globally with nations from Australia to India poised to pass similar laws as the world seeks to meet a United Nations goal of ending by 2030 a crime estimated to enslave at least 40 million people.
The U.S. International Trade Commission is charged with remedying unfair acts in the importation of products into the United States.
Matt Friedman is an expert on modern slavery in corporate supply chains and corporate best practices.
Simon Salter, a senior partner in the Perth, Australia office of K&L Gates and a senior member of the of the Energy, Infrastructure and Resources practice, addresses questions about the pending Anti-Modern Slavery legislation at the Australian Commonwealth level and the already-passed Anti-Modern Slavery legislation in New South Wales and what they mean for companies doing business down under.
Are there slaves in your company’s supply chain? How do you know, and what should you do to find out?