Posts tagged with ‘Business & Human Rights’

  • Sep262019

    New Shocks, Better Solutions: Beating disruption with stronger, more responsible supply chains

    Business is facing a time of greater scrutiny and disruption to their supply chains – but this comes with great…

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  • Jul122019

    Five key takeaways from the Government’s response to the Modern Slavery Act review

    This week, the UK Government published its response to the recommendations outlined in the review of the UK Modern Slavery…

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  • Jun262019

    Making the Ethical Grade: From Transparency to Action on Modern Slavery

    The UK’s 2015 Modern Slavery Act (MSA) is rightly seen as a ground-breaking piece of legislation, designed to fight modern…

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  • May202019

    The Sancroft-Tussell Report | Eliminating Modern Slavery in Public Procurement

    In 2017/18, the government spent around £284 billion buying goods, services and works from external suppliers, accounting for around one…

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  • Nov292017

    Human Rights & Business – moving from the periphery

    On 1st-2nd November 2017, Sancroft attended Innovation Forum’s Business and Human Rights Conference – ‘manage risk, implement policy and secure…

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  • Nov202017

    The Future of the Corporation

    What role can social enterprises play in promoting ethical and sustainable trading? On 9th November, the British Academy hosted a business…

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  • Oct152017

    Protecting People on the Move

    How Can Business Help? There are many reasons why people move. Whether it be for work, new opportunities, family or…

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  • Sep212017

    Exploring Corporate Culture Through Employee Relations

    Silicon Valley setting a trend The often-intangible notion of ‘corporate culture’ refers to the beliefs and behaviours of a business,…

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