Putting people and the planet at the core of business

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CORE manifesto

CORE manifesto

Companies should be open about the actual impacts of their business activities. Regulations are necessary to ensure all large UK companies report on how their operations affect people and the planet. Business people, consumers, campaigners, and investors are already talking about what they expect from government. The run-up to the 2015 General Election is the time for political parties to join the conversation.

Consultation responses

Consultation responses

Over the last three years, the UK government has run consultations
on a range of topics relating to corporate accountability, including
the UK’s narrative reporting framework, corporate social responsibility and transparency and trust. CORE’s responses to the consultations set out our latest thinking in these policy areas.

Transparency in Supply Chains

Transparency in Supply Chains

Why is the Modern Slavery Bill so important?
What is it lacking?
How can we hold UK companies to account for the slavery in their supply chains?

RSS News on the Modern Slavery Bill

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