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[PDF] Human Trafficking and Business: Good Practices to Prevent and Combat Human Trafficking

This brochure presents an overview and introduction to human trafficking and the role that business can play in addressing it...Human trafficking is not currently well integrated into the Corporate Responsibility (CR) programmes...[a]lthough this is now beginning to change...Employers and business...are well placed to provide effective and sustained action in the community, at the workplace and in the global economy...This brochure is divided into two parts: (1) a section that presents an overview of the key issues linking human trafficking and business; and (2) a series of case studies that highlight the practical actions companies are taking to fight this abuse. [refers to Accor, Archer Daniels Midland, Barry Callebaut, Bharat Petroleum, Body Shop (part of L'Oréal), Cadbury Schweppes (now Cadbury), Cargill, Carlson, Dabur India, Ferrero, Ferrara Pan Candy, Gap, Hershey, Hindustan Unilever, Hoteles Barceló, ICA (part of Ahold), Kraft Foods, Manpower, Mars, Microsoft, Nestlé, Saatchi & Saatchi (part of Publicis), Sinar Jernih (India) , Sol Meliá, Taj Group of Hotels, Telefónica, Toms, TUI]