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Report analyses modern slavery reporting performance of UK govt’s top 100 suppliers

Author: Amelia Shean, Nora Wolters, Dom Deville and Hetty Gittus, Sancroft Team, Published on: 26 March 2018

The Sancroft- Tussell Report: Eliminating Modern Slavery in Public Procurement, 22 March 2018

…A joint Sancroft-Tussell examination… explores how central government’s top contractors are facing up to the challenge of identifying and addressing modern slavery. It analyses the modern slavery reporting performance of the top 100 suppliers to central government… It goes on to set out the business case for companies to do more to eliminate modern slavery in their operations and supply chains, providing guidance to business on where, how, and why they should be taking effective action to manage modern slavery risk. It also touches upon the role of central government in incentivising better performance by businesses…

Key findings:

Poor legal compliance ...

Lack of understanding regarding law and management practices...

Stronger reporting on organisational structure and policy architecture...

Absence of risk assessment and/or identification...

Failure to measure performance...

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