A central registry for modern slavery statements has been launched by the Home Office in a bid to improve transparency and invite scrutiny over what organisations are doing to prevent slavery in their supply chains.
Organisations will be required to regularly publish their modern slavery statements via a new government reporting service and must be transparent about how they conduct their risk assessments and due diligence.
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