Protecting Rights. Ending Corporate Abuse


Joint civil society response to UK Government’s Modern Slavery Statement

This response highlights the commendable elements of the statement and lays out our recommendations for the Government to build on its approach.

Alliance for Corporate Transparency: 2019 Research Report

The Alliance for Corporate Transparency project has published its '2019 Research Report' analysing the sustainability reports of 1000 companies pursuant to the EU Non-Financial Reporting Directive.

Submission to Transparency in Supply Chains Consultation

Our joint response argues the Modern Slavery Act 2015's 'Transparency in Supply Chains' provision has fallen far short of its objective to secure greater corporate transparency on modern slavery.

Briefing for Westminster Hall Debate on the independent review of the Modern Slavery Act

This briefing highlights our priorities with regard to improving the effectiveness of transparency in supply chains and urges the Government to go further and introduce human rights due diligence legislation.

The Government must seize the opportunity to strengthen the Modern Slavery Act

The second interim report by the Modern Slavery Act Independent Review makes a series of far-reaching recommendations to remedy the shortcomings of the Transparency in Supply Chains (TISC) clause (section 54), echoing CORE’s submission.


Alliance for Corporate Transparency: 2018 Research Report

The Alliance for Corporate Transparency project (of which CORE is a member) has published its '2018 Research Report' following the implementation of the EU’s Non-financial Reporting Directive.

New report demonstrates significant flaws in corporate sustainability reporting across the EU

A new report published today by the Alliance for Corporate Transparency Project – of which CORE is a member – shows that companies in the UK and across Europe are failing to report meaningful information about their impacts on society and the environment.

Who made our uniforms?

new report published by CORE and ICAR reveals that that a third of companies that have supplied uniforms for UK public sector workers, including the armed forces and prison officers, have not reported on what they are doing to tackle slavery in their supply chains.