Charity fund manager moves to tackle modern slavery 

November 18, 2019 FR EcoVadis FR

One of the UK’s biggest charity fund managers, CCLA, has teamed up with a UN-backed investor group and the UK’s Investment Association to launch an initiative aimed at stamping out slavery from companies’ supply chains. CCLA argues that virtually every company in the UK has connections to slavery somewhere in its operations, with more than $18bn (£14bn) of goods produced from forced labour imported into Britain every year.

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