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Taking Action Against Exploitation in Supply Chains: Insights on key risks and prevention

Updated: Mar 19

Ever wondered how businesses are inter-connected with exploitation, including modern slavery? To shed light on this issue and provide actionable steps for businesses to combat it, we had the privilege of sitting down with the global director of the World Freedom Network, Jennifer Tunehag.


At the heart of our discussion, we explored Jennifer's journey into the intersection between business and anti-trafficking. Her career progression into this field is a testament to her passion for making a difference in the lives of vulnerable workers. In this interview, Jennifer shares her insights on:


  • An Insider Perspective on Anti-Trafficking Work

  • Practical Ways to Prevent Exploitation (3 actions to get you started)

  • Adapting Business Practices to Prevent Exploitation


Jennifer highlights a key consideration in the fight against exploitation: vulnerability can change. By creating safe and supportive environments, businesses can empower their workers, reducing their vulnerability to exploitation.


Whether you're a seasoned advocate or new to this topic, her three key steps offer actionable solutions. By implementing these measures and educating both your team and customers, you can contribute to a world where exploitation and modern slavery has no place in the supply chain.


Check out our interview with Jennifer and the FULL Spotlight Series here




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