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Supply unchained: Fighting supply chain labour abuse

Prioritising the prevention of human rights violations can help organisations open an important dialogue with empowered consumers, preserve the integrity of their supply chains and protect their brand identity.

The persistence of labour abuse in supply chains reflects the complexity of the problem and its resistance to many of the solutions currently in place. Leaders should avoid the search for silver bullets and instead focus on incremental steps that consistently improve the status quo.

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