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410, 2016

The West Sussex Companies Modern Slavery Transparency issue

By |October 4th, 2016|Modern Day Slavery|0 Comments

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By Esther Le Roux, school pupil

The Modern Slavery Act of 2015 is in place to confront the issues of Modern slavery that takes place across the UK and globally. Section 54 (transparency in supply chains), of the Act compels companies that supply goods or services in the UK and also has an annual turnover of […]

2107, 2016

Asking the right questions….

By |July 21st, 2016|Modern Day Slavery|0 Comments

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Where does your paint come from?

I’m glad you ask as the answer is fascinating. It takes us on a journey from the flax fields of Germany to the ochre cliffs of Provence, from the lac insects of India to the forests of Canada.

Paint making has always required pigments, binders and solvents and in recent times […]

2602, 2016

Disclosure/Consumer Power in the Fight against Modern Day Slavery in Supply Chains.

By |February 26th, 2016|supply chains|Comments Off on Disclosure/Consumer Power in the Fight against Modern Day Slavery in Supply Chains.

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Slavery does not discriminate. It does not care about what clothes you have on or how many friends you have on Facebook. It does not care how many followers your Instagram or Twitter accounts have. Slavery does not discriminate on grounds of gender, race, sexuality, religion or intellect. It does not care about how you […]

2602, 2016

Is climate change a human rights issue?

By |February 26th, 2016|Publications|0 Comments

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Blog Post Written by: Colleen Theron

Paris has been at the center stage of global news over the past two weeks. The issue has not, however, been climate change but the threat of terrorism. The spotlight is turning to the city again as the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) is starting in Paris and the world is talking […]

1908, 2015

‘Mentally Healthy at work- It’s good for Business’

By |August 19th, 2015|Publications|0 Comments

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This blog was written by Rose Cross, CLT envirolaw intern

I for one know that the mental state of those around me, be it members of my family, friends or colleagues affects the way I act and work. Recently, I have found myself questioning the role mental health plays in business: there is no denying that, […]

306, 2015

How to be a law firm or business that leads in the fight against trafficking

By |June 3rd, 2015|Publications|0 Comments

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By Melissa Conway

I recently had the pleasure of meeting CLT envirolaw’s Colleen Theron, along with Parosha Chandran and Matt Moriarty. On Election Day, the three popped along to the LexisNexis studio to film a webinar: ‘Tackling trafficking: how to combat modern-day slavery’.

The webinar covered the relevant legal framework as well as providing practical tips for […]

804, 2015

The Modern Day Slavery Act and Business: putting words into action

By |April 8th, 2015|Publications|0 Comments

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Based on recommendations included in the report, ‘Building on the Modern Slavery Bill: Going Beyond Transparency’.

Written by Adjoa Kwarteng, Elle Sheerin, Charlotte Blackbourn, and Umar Shaikh from Supply Without Chains

Supply Without Chains is a human rights initiative comprised of four final year law students at the University of Warwick. Our report, ‘Building on the Modern […]

2303, 2015

Choosing your sustainability disclosures in your strategic report

By |March 23rd, 2015|Publications|1 Comment

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written by Richard Hollins. Find out more at http://www.richardhollins.com/

(Note: Some of the images included in this blog may appear a bit fuzzy! Click to enlarge the images for a clearer picture)

Our last post looked at how you should address sustainability in the most important areas of your strategic report, such as your strategy, business model and […]