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Modern Slavery Act


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Education Center: CIPS
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City: London



Duration: 1 day

What is modern slavery and how does it differ from forced labour, trafficking or exploitation?  This interactive one-day course, developed in collaboration with the Ethical Trading Initiative enables delegates to understand the legal definitions and why they matter.

You will explore writing a modern slavery statement for your organisation, discover practical ways your business can assess and manage risk in your supply chains and understand what to do if you suspect or discover modern slavery within your business operations.

It will also examine how organisations are increasingly working together to combat modern slavery.
                                            
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- Understand the context for modern slavery
- Demonstrate awareness of UK legislation
- Think about due diligence
- Consider remediation - who does it?
- Gain clarity on reporting
- Understand the next steps





 

 




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Other editions of this course
in United Kingdom:

4 Nov 2020  -  Birmingham

 


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