In May of this year, the Review of the Modern Slavery Act (MSA) was released. The Review highlighted some positive progress since the MSA’s introduction, but it also identified insufficient changes for individuals living in modern slavery conditions.
As we approach the end of the financial year, MSA reporting is at the forefront of many people’s minds. In light of this, CAF will be hosting a webinar to discuss the broad implications of the Review for stakeholders within the cleaning sector. We have invited two keynote speakers who will provide valuable insights:
Director of the Australian Human Rights Institute, UNSW
Justine will share her comments on the review’s 30 recommendations, specifically focusing on the recommendations that are expected to bring significant changes to the MSA. Additionally, Justine will discuss the requirements of mandatory due diligence reporting and explore which recommendations the Government is more likely to support.
Non-executive Board Director, CAF
Lauren will share key takeaways about company’s experience crafting their modern slavery statements, including key areas of weakness and strength in reporting to date. Lauren will also reflect on the proposed changes to the MSA, particularly concerning due diligence, and how the CAF framework reflects a due diligence approach.
Following presentations there will be a 15-minute window for audience Q&A. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear from industry leaders on the implications of the Review of the Modern Slavery Act.