Under the Short Guides on Modern Slavery Reporting, CORE has developed this short guide aimed at providing an overview of o selection of weak and notable reporting practice from statements published to date. A random sample of modern slavery statements are reviewed according to the information they provide on the six reporting areas suggested in the UK Modern Slavery Act.

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