The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA)and Proactive Resilience 

November 29, 2022

The UFLPA creates a presumption that any products imported into the US “manufactured wholly or in part” in Xinjiang, China are made with forced labor. The law is the latest and boldest attempt to eliminate human rights abuses in global supply chains and ensure that companies are accountable for the way their products are sourced and manufactured.

Watch this webinar to learn about the implications of the UFLPA and the proactive steps organizations can take to shine a light on their multi-tiered supply chain relationships and ensure ethical practice on a continuous basis. 

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