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Deploying Disclosure Laws to Eliminate Forced Labour: Supply chain transparency efforts of Brazil and the United States of America

  • Ashley Feasley Catholic University of America

Abstract

States are increasingly addressing forced labour in supply chains by implementing transparency or disclosure measures that aim to make companies disclose the existence of forced labour in their supply chains. Examining the recent approaches of Brazil and the United States of America shows some promising practices to best inform governmental policy going forward.

Author Biography

Ashley Feasley, Catholic University of America

Ashley Feasley is the Director of Advocacy at the Catholic Legal Immigration Network and an Adjunct Lecturer of Law at the Washington School of Law at the Catholic University of America. Ashley previously worked at ECPAT International and Fordham University School of Law, United States of America, and is a consultant for Human Trafficking Search. Email: ashleykfeasley@gmail.com. Twitter: @ashleyfeasley

Published
2015-09-29
How to Cite
FEASLEY, Ashley. Deploying Disclosure Laws to Eliminate Forced Labour: Supply chain transparency efforts of Brazil and the United States of America. Anti-Trafficking Review, [S.l.], n. 5, sep. 2015. ISSN 2287-0113. Available at: <http://www.antitraffickingreview.org/index.php/atrjournal/article/view/135>. Date accessed: 19 jan. 2018. doi: https://doi.org/10.14197/atr.20121553.

Keywords

forced labour, supply chain, legislation, transparency, Brazil, United States of America