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Government marks World Day Against Trafficking in Persons with landmark website to combat modern slavery in supply chains

The Online Register for Modern Slavery Statements will act as a central website for statements from thousands of large businesses required to comply with the Government’s landmark Modern Slavery Act 2018.

“This is the world’s first, government-run website of its kind, and will provide Australian consumers, investors and civil society with an unprecedented window into the global supply chains that produce the goods and services we use every day,” Assistant Minister for Customs, Community Safety and Multicultural Affairs, the Hon Jason Wood MP said.

“This important initiative will galvanise efforts to clean up supply chains in Australia and around the world by significantly increasing supply chain transparency. From today, entities required to comply with the Modern Slavery Act can upload their statements directly to the website, where they will be freely accessible and searchable.”

Source: Government-marks-world-day-against-trafficking-with-landmark-website.pdf 

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