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Submission to the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade for the Inquiry into Establishing a Modern Slavery Act in Australia

CORE and partner ICAR have submitted a response to the Australian Government regarding its proposals to establish a Modern Slavery Act. We urge the Australian Government to draw on UK modern slavery legislation and to go further than the UK Act in terms of reporting provisions and enforcement.

Criminal Finances Bill: Briefing for House of Lords Committee stage

While we welcome the Government’s call for evidence on corporate liability for economic crime, we are concerned that the current bill is missing a major opportunity to make progress in improving the legislative framework for corporate criminal liability particularly in light of anticipated forthcoming restrictions on legislative space arising from Brexit. Download the briefing here

Criminal Finances Bill: Briefing for the House of Lords Second Reading

This briefing for the House of Lords Second Reading is supported by the following organisations who form part of the BOND Anti-Corruption Group and the Business Integrity Network and who are all working to ensure that UK companies can be held legally accountable for economic and broader crimes, including those committed abroad: Amnesty International, CAFOD,...