To address Target 8.7 of the SDGs, legislation designed to help combat modern slavery and human trafficking has emerged in Australia and other international jurisdictions. We help our clients better understand the issue of modern slavery and meet their compliance obligations under the Australian Modern Slavery Act’s Reporting Requirement.

We also help clients with implementing an approach to Modern Slavery that integrated into their existing operations and supply chain management practices. Below is a range of services we deliver for clients to help improve their approach to the issue of modern slavery.

Thought Leadership

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Insights & Publications
Supply chains and COVID-19: An opinion piece

Recently, I engaged in a robust debate over the perceived, or otherwise, lack of preparedness of our supermarkets and pharmacies to meet the demand of anxious customers, and their obligation and responsibility to provide basic necessities to our communities. Particularly to our most vulnerable. A proportion of the community feels that they are falling short in their social responsibility to ensure that we all have safe access to essentials.

Those of us who work in procurement know that we constantly assess our supply chains for risk.

Read more insights in this article, including what Sujata Karandikar, Senior Manager at Point Advisory with a focus on sustainable procurement and social impact has to say.

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Contact us today and one of our experienced team members will get back to you to discuss your requirements. Our approach combines technical, commercial and financial expertise to provide outcomes that deliver tangible benefits to our clients.

Responsible Procurement Contacts
Alan Dayeh
Managing Principal, NSW
Sujata Karandikar
Senior Manager