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Seafood, rubber gloves, oranges: the products you buy in Australia could be linked to modern slavery

A new report has revealed which Australian companies are best and worst at identifying, reporting, and mitigating links to modern slavery in their supply chains.

  • SBS
If your clothes are made in China, rubber gloves from Malaysia and seafood sourced from Thailand, researchers are warning you may be at risk of supporting modern slavery practices.

Those were identified as the sectors with the highest risk of modern slavery in a new report, produced by a coalition of human rights organisations and academics.

And despite previous warnings of the risks to Australian companies sourcing these products, little has changed to improve the…

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