Companies’ Anti-Slavery Performance Improves, New Study Reveals

A new comprehensive benchmarking report which evaluates brands on their anti-slavery compliance with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (CA-TISCA) has been released. Funded by social and environmental compliance, sustainability, and digital circular economy expert iPoint and prepared by Development International (DI), a not-for-profit organization specialized in evaluations, the report rates the legal compliance, affirmative practice, and transparency of 1,909 companies’ anti-human trafficking and slavery-related disclosure statements of 2016.