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Report launch: Unmasking labor exploitation across supply chains


We are launching this report to share the results of a survey conducted with over 200 auditors across the Asia-Pacific region that focuses on the current practices in worker screening and the potential for the role of technology to amplify the worker voice in social compliance audits.


At a time when the prevalence of modern slavery is growing in supply chains, and it is estimated that 16 million people are trapped in forced labor and human trafficking, the findings of this report highlight how auditing practices can be improved in privacy, frequency, inclusivity and consistency, in order to identify vulnerable people, such as migrant workers, and potential victims of labor exploitation. We believe this report contributes to the idea that technology can have a role to play in enhancing the screening of vulnerable populations and, specifically, amplifying the worker voice.


You can read it below or click here to download the report.