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Aldi welcomes Australia's new modern slavery law
Author: 9 News, Published on: 4 December 2018
Supermarket giant acts on anti-slavery law, 30 November 2018
Retail giant Aldi is working with its suppliers in the wake of new laws compelling businesses with turnovers of more than $100 million to report what they are doing to stamp out slavery in supply chains.
...Daniel Baker, Aldi Australia's corporate responsibility director, said the laws were a huge step in the right direction.
"There is no place for modern slavery in our business or our extended supply chains," he said on Friday.
Aldi has entered into a partnership with the Centre for Child Rights and Corporate Social Responsibility to train suppliers in child labour prevention and remediation.
As well, it is working with the global Stronger Together initiative, which helps companies to deter, detect and deal with cases of forced labour, labour trafficking and other labour exploitation.
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