Episode 7: Due Diligence and Disclosure

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In Episode 7 of Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking: The Podcast, we look at the changing disclosure and due diligence landscape. We discuss the British and Australian Modern Slavery Acts, learn more about the new mandatory human rights due diligence framework under consideration by the EU, and hear from experts involved in the development of new corporate benchmarks and standards on modern slavery about what they mean for financial sector actors. 

This episode is hosted by Professor James Cockayne. Guests include Patricia Carrier, UK Modern Slavery Act Registry Project Manager at the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre, Katharine Bryant, Research Manager at Walk Free, Alexander Coward, Advisor at Pillar Two, Chloe Cranston, Business and Human Rights Manager at Anti-Slavery International, Shailesh Alawani, Vice President of Product Management at CENTRL, Joanne Bauer, Co-Founder at the Rights CoLab, and Akilah Jardine, Research Fellow in Antislavery Business and Communities at the Rights Lab, University of Nottingham.

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