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Infraread issue 11 | UK 16 Apr 2018 Modern Slavery: Corporate Accountability in the UK Construction and Infrastructure Sectors

This article looks at the application of the transparency provisions of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 to the construction and infrastructure sectors. It considers the limitations of the legislation as well as emphasising that the onus on large organisations to carry out their business activities ethically and responsibly in the context of modern slavery extends beyond the "letter of the law" requirements of the Act.

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