Due Diligence on Supply Chains: Detecting Human Trafficking

This report from Kroll states that despite intensified efforts to fight human trafficking, it is still perceived as the third largest illegal trade globally, after weapons and drugs. To comply, companies must show what they do to prevent human trafficking in their supply chains.
Human trafficking chains are often deep in the supply chain and can range from a global spectrum to much smaller regions. Companies must comply with legislations on human trafficking to discourage forced and underpaid labor, but also to avoid fines and prevent losing reputation. This shows the importance of fully understand the supply chains.
Industries that are considered high-risk sectors for Human Trafficking
  • Agriculture
  • Construction
  • Garments and Textiles
  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Mining and Logging 

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