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Understanding the Migrant Worker Journey in International Supply Chains

Labour supply chain mapping is a practical tool for multinational enterprises and employers to strengthen human rights due diligence by identifying specific risks to migrant workers during recruitment, employment and return.

This comprehensive analysis of migrant worker recruitment and employment practices enables companies to develop an effective plan to remedy adverse human rights impacts, design stronger human rights policies, as well as improve management systems that will address existing and potential risks in a sustainable way. 

Upholding the human and labour rights of migrant workers and remedying adverse business impacts is every company’s responsibility in line with the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs). Conducting human rights due diligence is an essential step to fulfill this responsibility.



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