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Teaching Students About Modern Slavery


In the world of trophy degrees the business degree is one of the shiniest and students usually learn about profit and loss tax and investment. But this is an Australian first Notre Dame University has introduced a compulsory unit for business students dealing with modern slavery, because 50 million people are trapped in forced or unpaid labour around the world. Associate Professor Martijn Boersma helped design the programme. Martijn welcome. So what was the impetus for this subject?

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