Under the Short Guides on Modern Slavery Reporting, CORE has developed this short guide aimed at offering a rationale for investor engagement with companies on modern slavery and supply chain reporting, and suggests questions for investors to raise with companies that are required to report under the UK Modern Slavery Act.

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Engaging with Companies on Modern Slavery – A Briefing for Investors - Corporate Responsibility (CORE) Coalition, 2017 DOWNLOAD

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