Human Rights Assessment

Automate data collection to easily comply with global Human Rights regulations and due diligence requirements.
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What are Human Rights?
The United Nations defines Human Rights as universal rights inherent to all human beings, regardless of race, gender, nationality, ethnicity, language, religion, or any other status. These include the right to life and liberty, freedom from slavery and torture, freedom of opinion and expression, the right to work and education, and many more. UNICEF describes Human Rights as standards that recognize and protect the dignity of all human beings. Everyone is entitled to these rights without discrimination.

What is Modern Slavery?

Human Rights abuses are prevalent globally and are not isolated to third-world countries. Modern Slavery is an umbrella term that encapsulates slavery, servitude and forced or compulsory labor, human trafficking, or situations of exploitation that a person cannot refuse or leave because of threats, violence, coercion, deception, and/or abuse of power. The International Labour Organization (ILO) estimates that over 40.3 million people are in some form of Modern Slavery. These abuses can be pronounced like child labor, forced labor, and even unsafe work environments. Others, like discrimination, unfair wages, and privacy rights abuses, including holding immigration documentation, are less obvious. Regardless, all of these pose a threat to the protection of Human Rights and are common practices in many areas of the world.

Human Trafficking
Debt Bondage
Sexual Exploitation
Child Labor
Forced Labor

40.3 Million

Are in some form of Modern Slavery

1 in 4

Victims of Modern Slavery are children

24.9 Million

People globally are in Forced Labor

40.3 Million

Are in some form of Modern Slavery

1 in 4

Victims of Modern Slavery are children

24.9 Million

People globally are in Forced Labor

Global Human Rights Regulations

Human Rights regulations are increasing in number, forcing businesses to remain compliant or face consequences. In addition to compliance requirements, the growing demand of corporate ESG initiatives to eliminate forced labor, human trafficking, and other forms of modern slavery in supply chains is driving the need for a scalable solution for long-term corporate and regulatory compliance. The goal of any Human Rights due diligence program and legislation is to protect the inherent rights of all human beings. Our goal was to develop a program that gathers supplier data and simplifies reporting while identifying areas of higher risk, both in practice and geolocation. The result is a program that follows the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the OECD guidelines for Responsible Business Conduct in one reporting template and gathers information to satisfy all major global anti-slavery regulations.
Source Intelligence Human Rights Assessment Solution
Gather data from all your suppliers with the Source Intelligence Human Rights Assessment to satisfy the reporting and due diligence requirements for regulations such as the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (SB-657), the UK Modern Day Slavery Act, FAR 52.222, United States Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act, French Devoir de Vigilance, US Tariff Act of 1930, Australia Modern Slavery Act 2018, German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act, EU Anti-Trafficking Directive, and the ILO Maritime Labour Convention 2006 (Global). Send requests for survey completion through the platform and get real-time results to see your supplier responses.

Our Human Rights Assessment Solution Allows Companies to:

  • Identify areas of risk associated with potential Human Rights violations in their supply chain based on supplier practices, policies, and locations
  • Assist with creating a plan for mitigation and improvement strategies
  • Ensure compliance with worldwide social responsibility regulations
  • Reduce or eliminate human rights violations in the supply chain

Benefits of Our Human Rights Assessment Solution 

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Simple and Efficient
Spans all industries and covers multiple worldwide regulations in one assessment.
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Captures Universal Principles
Based on human rights principles and responsible business conduct guidelines from recognized global authorities like the UN, OECD, ILO, FLA, etc.
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Global Regulation Coverage
Incorporates requirements from Australia, EU, UK, US, and other country specific human rights and transparency legislation and treaties.
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Multi-Tier Supplier Engagement
Gathers information for next level suppliers with the ability to trace materials to their sources as required by some regulations.
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Risk Evaluation
Reviews supplier’s practices and policies and evaluates supplier locations against regional risk indicators worldwide.
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Exportable Reports
Shows sub-tier supplier locations and risk as well as overall supplier risk level.

Visualize Risk with Our Platform

Our system takes each supplier's information and rolls it up to give you macro-level supply chain insights. Visualize geographical risk and dive deep into each supplier’s practices and policies in real-time, including supporting documentation they have submitted to analyze your supply chain risk.

Content Recommendations

Is Uyghur Forced Labor Lurking in Your Supply Chain?
Webinar: How to Identify & Prevent Forced Labor in Your Supply Chain
A Guide to the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act
Don’t let Modern Slavery go uncovered in your supply chain. See what our Human Rights Assessment Solution can do for you.