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Written by: Isobel O’Connell Date: May 3, 2019 While it is clear that Canada will not be the first to […]

Landmark modern slavery case against directors and company. Personal liability for directors for breaching contracts

Guest blog from Craig Melson, techUK discussing embedding human rights into corporate culture

Why the fuss? Earlier this year, the  Home Office published its  second interim report setting out recommendations for strengthening the […]

CIPS published our blog on what organisations need to know about a beefed up Modern Slavery Act. Here is the […]

Eleanor Spencer and Red Godfrey-Sagoo from the Sophie Hayes Foundation spoke powerfully about Day 46, an employability programme empowering women […]

In August 2017 the Australian government proposed legislation requiring businesses to report annually on the steps they take to address […]

Join our next event in Brighton to discuss modern slavery

Key decision affecting international institutions involving environmental protection and human rights

IEMA guide, in collaboration with Ardea   This guide is free for IEMA members. Please login to download this guide. The […]

Business has yet to harness its potential. Many companies are starting to feel pressure from stakeholders’ growing demand for better-quality information around human rights.

In this piece we take a closer look at 6 focus areas, in both the short and long term

Blog discussing human rights and modern slavery and implications for business and companies

Ardea International’s responded to the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on sport, modern slavery and human rights

Why companies should be paying attention to their corporate governance structures to address modern slavery challenges in their supply chains