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For over 17 years, Anti-Slavery Australia has played a leading role in working to end modern slavery in Australia. This leading resource is designed for organisations addressing modern slavery in their operations and supply chains. The course is specifically designed to provide practical guidance on the supply chain reporting requirements set out in Australia’s Modern Slavery Act.
The course includes innovative, interactive activities, case studies and expert interviews with David Cooke (Konica Minolta), Martijn Boersma (co-author of Addressing Modern Slavery), Jennifer Burn (Anti-Slavery Australia) and Kylie Porter (Global Compact Network Australia).
The course comprises four modules:
Anti-Slavery Australia has played a leading role working to end modern slavery in Australia for over 17 years. We are the only specialist legal, research and policy centre in Australia dedicated to the abolition of modern slavery.
Anti-Slavery Australia supports businesses, government, community organisations and survivors of modern slavery in three strategic ways.
A Practical Guide to the Modern Slavery Act builds on our legal expertise, our role in advocating for an Australian Modern Slavery Act and first-hand experience working with victims of modern slavery.
Discounts may be available to organisations interested in large group bookings. For further information, please contact Anti-Slavery Australia on ASAtraining@uts.edu.au.
A discount of 10% is available to UTS Alumni or UTS Staff enrolling in this short course. If you are eligible for this discount, please ensure you have provided your UTS Student or Staff ID number in your UTS Open Profile (under ‘A bit about you’).
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Please note that discounts cannot be combined. A limit of one discount applies per person per course session.
For more information about the course and Anti-Slavery Australia, please email ASAtraining@uts.edu.au.
The course is suitable for a range of participants, including executive directors, people and performance managers, procurement, sustainability and not-for-profit professionals, lawyers, suppliers and government officials.
Carolyn is highly qualified, holding degrees in commerce, arts, and law. She has expertise in the area of online learning and teaching and has designed innovative training on all forms of modern slavery and supply chain reporting.
Carolyn is widely recognised as a gifted educator who personally delivers Anti-Slavery Australia's workshops and training programs to universities, students, community workers and businesses. She also has oversight of Anti-Slavery Australia's research, policy and law reform work.
Kylie is a sustainability expert with over 18 years of experience in corporate affairs, sustainability and strategy roles across a broad range of industries. During her career, she has helped numerous companies develop/implement responsible business strategies, managed reputation risk for environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues and written and managed policies across thematic areas including climate change and human rights.
Kylie’s career includes working for ANZ Banking Group, National Australia Bank (NAB), Standard Chartered, KPMG, Save the Children and expatriate work in London, Singapore, Nigeria, Switzerland, France and South Africa. Before joining Global Compact Network Australia, she was the Stakeholder Engagement Manager for Corporate Responsibility at NAB where she held responsibility for engagement on NAB’s corporate responsibility and risk strategies. She served on the Corporate Affairs team for the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Financial Services Industry where she was responsible for NAB’s engagement and relationship with consumer advocacy groups.
Jennifer has led the development of Australian best practice anti-slavery initiatives since 2003 and is nationally renowned as a thought leader in the field of human trafficking, slavery and slavery-like practices. Through her research, advocacy and practice she has pursued legislative amendments and policy developments to promote best practice responses for the prevention of modern slavery and to ensure survivors have access to the protection and support they need.
Jennifer is an inaugural member of the Australian Government National Roundtable on Human Trafficking, held the position of Deputy Chair of the Labour Exploitation Working Group and was a member of multiple Australian Government working groups in the areas of forced marriage, supply chain transparency and reporting. Jennifer was appointed as the NSW Interim Anti-Slavery Commissioner between 2018-2020.
Yvette was seconded to Anti-Slavery Australia from the UTS Institute for Public Policy and Governance during 2019-2020. Her role encompassed the delivery of research for evidence-based policy making, partnership development, and education and training.
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This leading resource is designed for organisations addressing modern slavery in their operations and supply chains. The course provides practical guidance on the supply chain reporting requirements set out in Australia’s Modern Slavery Act.
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