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  • UK Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner , Annual Report 2019-2020. (Link)

  • Financial Reporting Council, UK Stewardship Code. (Link)

  • Australian Strategic, Policy Institute Uyghurs for Sale. (Link)

  • Themis Briefing Note: Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking. (Link)

  • The Danish Institute for Human Rights, Handbook on Human Rights Impact Assessment. (Link)

  • OSCE, Following the Money: Compendium of Resources and Step-by-Step Guide to Financial Investigations Related to Trafficking in Human Beings. (Link)

  • OECD, Due Diligence for Responsible Corporate Lending and Securities Underwriting: Key considerations for banks implementing the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises. (Link)

  • Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner Strategic Plan 2019-2021. (Link)

  • ILO, Business responsibility on preventing and addressing forced labour in Malaysia. (Link)

  • GRI, Advancing modern slavery reporting to meet stakeholder expectations. (Link)

  • FAST Initiative, Financial Investigations Tool. (Link)

  • FAST Initiative, Final Report of the Liechtenstein Initiative's Financial Sector Commission on Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking. (Link)

  • FAST Initiative, Secretariat Briefing Paper 2: Tackling Modern Slavery And Human Trafficking At Scale Through Financial Sector Leverage. (Link)

  • Ergon, Ethical, Fair, Responsible, Dignified... recruitment. (Link)

  • RUSI , Leaning In: Advancing the Role of Finance Against Modern Slavery. (Link)

  • RRT, Achieving Responsible Recruitment in Global Supply Chains. (Link)

  • FATF, Financial Flows from Human Trafficking. (Link)

  • AAFA, Apparel & Footwear Industry Commitment to Responsible Recruitment. (Link)

  • RUSI, Disrupting Human Trafficking: The Role of Financial Institutions. (Link)

  • NYU, Stern Center for Business and Human Rights Putting the "S" in ESG: Measuring Human Rights Performance for Investors. (Link)

  • IHRB, Fees and IDs: Tackling recruitment fees and confiscation of workers’ passports. (Link)

  • FCA, The Financial Lives of Consumers across the UK. (Link)

  • Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, Modern Slavery Reporting: Case Studies of Leading Practice. (Link)

  • Walk Free, Tool 3: Risk Screening Tool. (Link)

  • Ethical Trading Initiative, Corporate Leadership on Modern Slavery: How have companies responded to the UK Modern Slavery Act one year on? (Link)

  • CIPD, On the brink of a game-changer? Building sustainable partnerships between companies and voluntary organisations. (Link)

  • ILO, Profits and Poverty: The Economics of Forced Labour, ILO, 2014. (Link)

  • GRI, G4 Financial Services Sector Disclosures. (Link)

  • Traffik Analysis Hub. (Link)

  • Shift, Using Leverage in Business Relationships to Reduce Human Rights Risks. (Link)

  • Responsible Sourcing Tool, Explore risk. (Link)

  • Resources for Responsible Recruitment. (Link)

  • Just Security, When Human Trafficking and Terrorism Connect: Dangers and Dilemmas. (Link)

  • Financial Capability, What Works Programme. (Link)

  • Ethical Trading Initiative, ETI Base Code. (Link)

  • HM Government, National Referral Mechanism Statistics UK, End of Year Summary, 2019. (Link)

  • HM Government, Slavery and human trafficking in supply chains: guidance for businesses. (Link)

  • HM Government, Independent Review of the Modern Slavery Act 2015: Final Report. (Link)

  • NCA, National Strategic Assessment of Serious and Organised Crime. (Link)

  • HM Government, 2018 UK Annual Report on Modern Slavery. (Link)

  • HM Government, Modern Slavery Act 2015. (Link)

  • NCA, Suspicious Activity Reports. (Link)

  • Equator Principles , Guidance note on implementation of human rights assessment under Equator Principles. (Link)

  • IFC, Good Practice Note: Managing Risks Associated with Modern Slavery. (Link)

  • Barclays, Barclays Group Statement on Modern Slavery. (Link)

  • HSBC, No Fixed Address Programme. (Link)

  • Lloyds Banking Group, Banking for Homeless People. (Link)

  • Lloyds Banking Group, Lloyds Bank Foundation. (Link)

  • Monzo, Banking For All: Let's Remove the Barriers to Banking. (Link)

  • Thomson Reuters Foundation, Banks Alliance Against Trafficking. (Link)

  • Thomson Reuters Foundation, The Stop Slavery Award. (Link)

  • Cooperative Bank, My Money, My Life. (Link)

  • BankTrack, The BankTrack Human Rights Benchmark 2019. (Link)

  • HSBC, HSBC Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking Statement 2018. (Link)

  • Investor Forum, Modern Slavery: Toolkit for Investor Due Diligence (Link)

  • Boohoo plc, Independent Review into the Boohoo Group PLC’s Leicester supply chain. (Link)

  • Investor Alliance for Human Rights, The Investor Case for Mandatory Human Rights Due Diligence. (Link)

  • Investor Forum, Stewardship 360. (Link)

  • Rathbones, Engage with FTSE 350 companies failing to comply with section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. (Link)

  • BIICL and PRI, Human Rights in Private Equity Investment. (Link)

  • CCLA, Find it, Fix it, Prevent it. (Link)

  • CDC Group, Modern Slavery Good Practice Note. (Link)

  • Share Action, Promoting Good Work. (Link)

  • UN Principles for Responsible Investment, Human Rights and Labour Standards. (Link)

  • HERA, Her Economic Rights and Autonomy. (Link)

  • Kalyaan (Link)

  • Migrant Help (Link)

  • Snowdrop Project, Survivor Empowerment (Link)

  • Tribe Freedom Foundation (Link)

  • Volunteering Matters, Why does Employee volunteering matter to our corporate and community partners? (Link)

  • World Bank, Understanding Poverty: Financial Inclusion. (Link)

  • Young Enterprise, Financial Education. (Link)


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