Lack of scrutiny means there is ‘considerable potential’ agencies are using products linked to human trafficking

Australian government departments are buying products that could be made using slave labour, a thinktank says.

Anti-Slavery Australia, a law and public policy thinktank, says there is “considerable potential” that government agencies in Australia are buying products and services with links to human trafficking or exploitation because ethical procurement guidelines are not up to scratch.

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