Justine Nolan

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Workers further down supply chains are being left destitute and exposed to exploitation.

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The Modern Slavery Bill presents an opportunity for companies to take seriously their obligation to identify, track and monitor potential problems in their operations and supply chain.

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While slavery may seem a remote concept, we often unwittingly benefit via the clothes we buy, the food we eat and the companies we invest in, writes Justine Nolan.

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Separate lawsuits filed against Costco and Nestlé alleging the use of slave labor in their supply chains could spark a reassessment of corporate social obligations, writes Justine Nolan. 

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The abuse of migrant workers constructing venues for Qatar's 2022 World Cup is an issue for all who love the “beautiful game”, write Justine Nolan and Bassina Farbenblum.

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Some Australian clothing brands have signed a new initiative to improve conditions in Bangladeshi factories, while other brands are conspicuously absent, writes Justine Nolan.

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Revelations of children working for less than a dollar a day to make Australian footballs have rekindled an old debate, Justine Nolan writes.