Our research focuses on modern slavery in supply chains, including issues of forced labour, debt bondage, child labour and human trafficking
Fifty Eight is partnering on four-year programme to reduce and prevent the worst forms of child labour in Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo and Central African Republic.
Learn more about the Partnership Against Child Exploitation (PACE) at: www.pace-consortium.org
Research projects we have been involved with
The Straight Goods
Canadian Business Insights on Modern Slavery in Supply Chains. 2019 study highlighting corporate Canada support for supply chain legislation as government launches public consultations. Fifty Eight was part of the research team led by World Vision Canada, Schulich School of Business and SHARE Canada.
See the full report or summary report.
Corporate Leadership on Modern Slavery
Research led by our director Quintin Lake as a fellow at Hult International Business School, together with the Ethical Trading Initiative.
Focused on identifying 'what good looks like' for companies addressing modern slavery in their supply chains. Includes case studies and examples of good practice.
Corporate approaches to addressing modern slavery in supply chains
Research that our Director Quintin Lake led as a research fellow at Hult International Business School, together with the Ethical Trading Initiative.
A snapshot of corporate practice in addressing modern slavery at the time the UK Modern Slavery Act was introduced. Research focused on the drivers for companies addressing modern slavery ahead of the UK Act, and emerging good practice.