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26 October 2017

Many companies in high-risk sectors aren’t addressing slavery risks in UK Modern Slavery Act statements, report says

The report published by CORE Coalition provides an overview of how companies are including information in their Slavery and Human Trafficking Statements on the risks of modern slavery in their supply chains and operations. It focuses on 50 companies...

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4 October 2017

Many companies in high-risk sectors aren’t addressing slavery risks in UK Modern Slavery Act statements, report says

Author: CORE (UK)

This report aims to provide a snapshot of if and how [50] companies are including information in their Slavery and Human Trafficking Statements on the risks of modern slavery in their supply chains and operations. [It focuses] on companies sourcing...

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31 August 2013

Kick It Out chairman Herman Ouseley applauds Liverpool's discrimination stance [UK]

Author: Raidió Teilifís Éireann (Ireland)

The chairman of anti-discrimination group Kick It Out has welcomed Liverpool's decision to issue their staff with guidelines detailing unacceptable words and phrases in a bid to eradicate discrimination in the stands at Anfield. The club have produced...

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23 April 2012

Bahrain race shows flip side of sponsorship

Author: Keith Weir, Reuters

Sponsors ploughing money into Formula One have been left squirming after the motor sport's rulers ignored human rights concerns and staged a race in Bahrain watched by hundreds of millions around the globe…"Based on what we have seen in the past, it...

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3 September 2004

Labour reneges on 10-year pledge to introduce corporate killing law [UK]

Author: Andrew Grice, Independent [UK]

Campaigners for a new law on corporate killing say that about 3,000 workers and 1,000 members of the public have died in work-related incidents in the past 10 years. But only 11 companies have been prosecuted and just four of them, all small...

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