What we doWe support organisations to meet their legal compliance obligations and develop best practice procedures to ensure they become more sustainable. Our work is based on the principles of seeking to protect our environment and foster a just society.
Considering supply chains in the context of the latest case against tech giants: five US tech giants face allegations of allowing the continued trafficking and abuse of children in the DRC
Our first podcast in a series produced in collaboration with Modern Slavery Stories – hosted by Juliet Spare
Ardea International Legal Insight: Lungowe v Vedanta Resources Plc – what lessons are there for business
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