The Modern Slavery Bill, which finally became law yesterday, will require businesses with turnovers of more than $100 million to report what they are doing to prevent slavery in supply chains.
The legislation is also part of a wider push to stop Australians from taking part in “voluntourism” schemes which do more harm than good.
According to the BBC, 80 per cent of children living in the world’s orphanages have at least one living parent and have been lured to the orphanages to attract volunteers.
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AUSTRALIA JUST BECAME THE FIRST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD TO RECOGNISE ORPHANAGE TRAFFICKING AS A TYPE OF MODERN-DAY SLAVERY.
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