Policy paper

Trafficking in supply chains: principles for government action

Principles to guide government action to combat human trafficking in global supply chains.

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Principles to guide government action to combat human trafficking in global supply chains

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At the UN General Assembly in September 2018, the UK jointly launched the principles to combat human trafficking in global supply chains alongside our partners in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

These principles provide a framework for the UK’s international approach to tackling modern slavery in global supply chains.

Published 13 March 2020