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15 Mär 2019

Dr Caroline Emberson of the University of Nottingham's Rights Lab with contributions from Dr Silvia Pinheiro, PUC Rio and Marilyn Croser, CORE

Tackling slavery in supply chains:lessons from Brazilian-UK beef and timber

“Tackling slavery in supply chains: lessons from Brazilian-UK beef and timber”, March 2019

“This guide is for supply chain managers and procurement professionals who wish to tackle slavery in the supply chains of the commodity products they source, especially beef and timber. It draws upon collaborative research led by the  University of Nottingham and the Pontifical Catholic  University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC Rio) with non-governmental organisations (NGOs) Reporter Brazil, Corporate Responsibility (CORE) and the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre (BHRRC). It presents case studies of emerging anti-slavery practices in the  Brazilian-UK supply chains of beef and timber…

[It refers to Boots, COOP, HSBC, Mondi plc and Premium Timber Products]

Part of the following timelines

Brazil-UK: Forced labour, due diligence & beef and timber supply chains research results, includes outreach to companies

Brasil-Reino Unido: Trabalho forçado, devida diligência e resultados de pesquisa sobre cadeias de fornecimento de carne bovina e madeira, incluindo respostas a questionário enviado a empresas