Walk Free has the world’s most comprehensive data set on modern slavery, encompassing multiple reports, policy documents, and submissions. Explore all Walk Free’s resources produced since 2011.
Global Slavery Index 2023
An estimated 50 million people were living in modern slavery on any given day in 2021, an increase of 10 million people since 2016. The Global Slavery Index 2023 presents a country-by-country breakdown of this estimate and provides an assessment of the level of action governments are taking to address the issue.
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Modern Slavery Benchmarking Tool
Walk Free’s online tool allows organisations to anonymously assess and benchmark how they are managing modern slavery risks in their operations and supply chains.
Beyond Compliance in the Garment Industry
To gain an understanding of how the garment industry is upholding their obligations, Walk Free and WikiRate have assessed the statements of the largest garment companies reporting under the UK and Australian Modern Slavery Acts.
Guidance on Modern Slavery Risks for Thai Businesses
Released alongside the Guidance, our Modern Slavery Benchmarking Tool provides businesses with a score and tailored report on what they are doing well and how they can improve.
Beyond Compliance in the Renewable Energy Sector
The demand for renewable energy is booming, and for good reason. This increasing demand is driven by a global movement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and limit the impacts of climate change.
Climate change and modern slavery
The Bridging ESG Silos: The Intersection of Climate Change and Modern Slavery report from Walk Free and AllianceBernstein helps investors to understand and act on financially material climate-related modern slavery risk, including in the transition to renewable energy.
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