KnowTheChain benchmarks: Addressing forced labour in corporate supply chains


In 2016 KnowTheChain released three sector benchmarks analyzing how 20 of the largest companies in each sector address risks of forced labor and human trafficking in their supply chains:

KnowTheChain apparel & footwear benchmark 2016

KnowTheChain has further published a Resource and Action Guide for ICT companies, as well Investor Resources: Engaging Portfolio Companies on Forced Labor Risks.

In 2017, KnowTheChain will undertake a light methodology revision, and in 2018 will benchmark a larger set of companies in each of the three sectors. For questions, please do not hesitate to contact Felicitas Weber at [email protected].

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