Two years after the Commonwealth Act’s commencement, over 2,500 modern slavery statements have been lodged on the Government’s modern slavery register, covering more than 6,000 reporting entities.
Key commentators consider that many reporting entities fail to identify the most significant human rights risks in their supply chains or demonstrate effective actions to address these risks.
How have Australian entities been reporting?
In this discussion you will learn:
- Key findings and learnings from recent reports on the first year of Australian modern slavery reporting
- What Australian businesses can do to improve their identification and response to modern slavery risks. Have we made a difference?
- The critical elements for reporting entities to move beyond paper promises to implement a practical approach to tackling modern slavery in 2022 and beyond.
- An overview and future outlook