M&S release their Human Rights report and Modern Slavery statement
Thursday 8 June, Marks & Spencer published their 2017 Human Rights report, Modern Slavery statement, Modern Slavery toolkit and highlight conference video, as well as their extended supply chain map. Louise Nicholls, Corporate Head of Human Rights at Marks & Spencer, and a founder member Director of Sedex, has written a blog in which she talks about Plan A, ten years on, and M&S’s commitment to championing Human Rights and helping to eradicate Modern Slavery.
During the Sedex Conference 2017, M&S were winners of the ‘Best Example of Continuous Improvement’ Award for their How We Do Business (HWDB) Sustainability Framework.
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