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[PDF] Announcing KnowTheChain.org, a New Resource to Promote Ethical and Transparent Supply Chains

Author: Lori Bishop, Director of Investments at Humanity United. KnowTheChain is supported by ATEST, CAST, Free The Slaves, Humanity United, the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, Made in a Free World, Not For Sale, Responsible Sourcing Network, Sustainalytics, Tronie Foundation, Verite, Vital Voices Global Partnership and World Vision, Published on: 21 October 2013

...[T]he California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (SB-657)...is an important step toward increasing corporate and consumer awareness of slavery in supply chains. However, as important as the law has been, to date very little is known about the overall corporate response. KnowTheChain.org was created to fill that information gap and to encourage all companies – regardless of whether or not they are subject to SB-657’s reporting requirements – to engage in a meaningful dialogue to understand and address slavery where it is found in their supply chains...

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