Stronger Together is a multi-stakeholder, business-led initiative aiming to reduce modern slavery particularly forced labour, labour trafficking and other hidden third party exploitation of workers.
Stronger Together provides guidance, resources, training and a network for employers, labour providers, workers and their representatives to detect, deter and deal with modern slavery in their operations and supply chains. We have supported numerous businesses in numerous sectors to navigate the introduction of the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015. Globally, since 2013, Stronger Together has trained over 6,550 managers and business professionals in interactive training workshops to raise awareness, build capacity and equip attendees to tackle modern slavery in their businesses and supply chains.
How Stronger Together can support you
COMING SOON: A free to download Australia-specific toolkit providing comprehensive and practical guidance for businesses on steps they can take to detect, deter and deal with modern slavery in their business and supply chain. The toolkit includes template policies and checklists to equip you to take your next step.
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Modern slavery is an umbrella term for any form of slavery, servitude or forced labour affecting all persons, children, women and men. To help tackle this crime, the Australian government introduced the Modern Slavery Act 2018 which came into force on 1st January 2019.
The Modern Slavery At 2018
The newly introduced legislation requires entities in Australia to detail the risks of modern slavery in their operations and supply chains, and the actions taken to address those risks in a Modern Slavery Statement which has to be published and updated annually.
The Act applies to you if:
What will you have to do:
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