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28 Nov 2023 / 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Business and Modern Slavery: Current practice and future guidelines

International Slavery Museum,
Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool
L3 4AQ (see map)


Hosted by the University of Liverpool Management School (ULMS) in partnership with the International Slavery Museum, this workshop offers businesses the opportunity to engage with the most up to date research and evidence on business engagement with modern slavery.

We will be discussing meaningful and achievable steps that can be taken by organisations to combat modern slavery, as well as recent developments in international human rights due diligence legislation which are relevant for UK business.

By attending this workshop participants you will gain:

  • Increased knowledge and understanding of up to date best practice guidance for UK businesses on modern slavery due diligence
  • An understanding of future directions in international human rights due diligence legislation and how this impacts UK business
  • The chance to discuss opportunities for improving business practice with experts in the field and other business leaders

You will find this workshop particularly useful if you are a business manager, sustainability leader or policy influencer, involved in the design or implementation of business responses to legislation on modern slavery in supply chains.

Register here