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Tackling Modern Slavery- Civil and Criminal Law perspectives

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The first statements by Australian businesses under the Modern Slavery Act 2018 have just been made publicly available.

What role does such reporting play in curbing modern slavery? What role do civil and criminal courts have? How do the criminal law and health and safety laws apply? And where next? … What initiatives from overseas might Australia draw from? Could there be a duty to conduct human rights due diligence?

In this CPD, the speakers will outline current and potential future legal developments in tackling modern slavery in Australia from both a civil and criminal law perspective, drawing upon their experiences in key cases in the United Kingdom.

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The first statements by Australian businesses under the Modern Slavery Act 2018 have just been made publicly available.

What role does such reporting play in curbing modern slavery? What role do civil and criminal courts have? How do the criminal law and health and safety laws apply? And where next? … What initiatives from overseas might Australia draw from? Could there be a duty to conduct human rights due diligence?

In this CPD, the speakers will outline current and potential future legal developments in tackling modern slavery in Australia from both a civil and criminal law perspective, drawing upon their experiences in key cases in the United Kingdom.

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