Guidance and briefings for companies and investors
BHRRC Briefing on Modern Slavery Reporting: Case Studies of Leading Practice
Thursday, April 05, 2018
The purpose of this briefing is to provide examples of good practice found in the thousands of compliance statements now available on the Modern Slavery Registry. The briefing also highlights serious gaps where few or no companies are performing well. The idea is that the best practice and gap analysis will encourage informed engagement with companies by investors, civil society, and governments, and facilitate informed reflection within companies regarding their next steps to eliminate modern slavery from their operations and supply chains.
Short Guides on Modern Slavery Reporting
Monday, June 12th, 2017
This series is composed of three short briefings for businesses reporting under the Transparency in Supply Chain clause of the Modern Slavery Act, and is supported by guidance for investors engaging with these companies. The series has been prepared by CORE, Anti-Slavery International, Unicef UK and the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre.
Beyond Compliance: Effective reporting under the Modern Slavery Act 2015
Monday, March 7th, 2016
This guidance has been prepared by civil society groups that campaigned for the transparency in supply chains reporting requirement in the Modern Slavery Act 2015. It sets out our initial thinking on how companies can use the new provision to link reporting to the wider due diligence needed to eradicate human trafficking, forced labour and slavery from their supply chains.
A Pattern of Abuse: Briefing on Human Rights at Risk at the North Mara Mine, Tanzania
Wednesday, March 26th, 2014
A briefing for investors and equity analysts from RAID (Rights and Accountability in Development), Mining Watch Canada, London Mining Network and CORE on human rights incidents at African Barrick Gold’s North Mara Mine in Tanzania.
The Companies Act 2006: Directors’ Duties Guidance
Thursday, October 25th, 2007
To assist company directors to understand their obligations under the Companies Act 2006, David Chivers QC produced this guide for CORE. The briefing pays particular attention to the new codification of the ‘duty to promote the success of the company’.