WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
Here is a sample of what people at other organisations are saying about Slave-Free Alliance
"Slave-Free Alliance has been excellent since day one. They understand the challenges that large corporates face, tailoring their approach accordingly. Their expertise has been evidenced through their support with supplier threat assessments, employee training, and critical reviews of our policies and procedures. Access to expertise and resources available through membership is key in supporting our commitment to respecting human rights, and in particular to preventing modern slavery from taking place in our business and supply chain.”
"We were keen to join Slave-Free Alliance in order to work with other like-minded companies to protect our local communities and those further afield that form part of our supply chain, playing our part in helping to eradicate slavery."
"AstraZeneca is very pleased to be the first life sciences member of Slave-Free Alliance. We chose you for the hands-on experience in working with victims globally, for actively engaging with companies to assess their risk management frameworks and to advise on improvements. We see a great gain for our business to tap into the first hand, true global experience and knowledge that Slave-Free Alliance has as part of the bigger Hope for Justice umbrella. We’re looking forward to a great partnership and a very active dialogue."
"As a business we have made inroads but there is always more we can do to ensure our business and supply chains are free of modern slavery. By joining with like-minded businesses and utilising the experience of Hope for Justice investigators, trainers and specialists we hope to accelerate that progress and mitigate risk. We urge our suppliers and other business to join Slave-Free Alliance and collaborate towards eradicating slavery."
"Our colleagues up and down the country are our greatest asset and we are proud to be a member of the Slave-Free Alliance. Hope for Justice, the charity behind the enterprise, does excellent work in putting victims first and preventing people from becoming enslaved. We hope that our partnership will encourage other logistics companies to follow suit in the drive to eradicate modern-day slavery and to support the ongoing fight against trafficking and exploitation."
"Richer Sounds is proud to be one of the first high street retailers to join Slave-Free Alliance because as a company we are totally committed to fighting modern slavery in any form. We welcomed having Slave-Free Alliance conduct an external review of our anti-slavery processes as we wanted to challenge ourselves around this very important issue. Their support has been extremely practical and served to make our policies more robust. Modern slavery is a growing problem for business and society. By being a member of Slave-Free Alliance, Richer Sounds is pleased to be part of a global movement dedicated to eliminating modern slavery in supply chains.”
“As a University with social responsibility as a core goal, joining Slave-Free Alliance helps bolster our existing approach in this important area. The opportunity to join a Manchester-based charity that puts victims first by removing them from situations of exploitation, and also working to prevent individuals from becoming enslaved, is a great fit for us. The potential to engage more widely with our staff and students on this issue is very significant."
"At G7th, we have been trying to raise awareness of this awful crime by putting a comment and a leaflet in with our products. Obviously, we want to be as sure as we can be that there are no slaves involved in in our supply chain. Joining Slave-Free Alliance is a logical step to take."