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Anti-slavery Policy


As of August 2021

Policy Statement

Slavery is abhorrent in all of its forms. At Do Gooder, we have  a policy of zero tolerance of slavery and human trafficking in our own operations and across our supply chain. We are  committed to implementing systems and controls intended to mitigate the risk of modern slavery within our organisation  and our supply chain, and we expect our suppliers to hold  their own suppliers to the same high standards.

The policy set out below applies to all persons working for us  or on our behalf in any capacity, including employees at all  levels, directors, officers, agency workers, seconded workers, volunteers, agents, contractors and suppliers.  


Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking

The term ‘modern slavery’ encompasses a range of specific  labour-related human rights abuses including slavery,  servitude, forced and compulsory labour, bonded and child labour and human trafficking (where a person arranges or  facilitates the travel of another person with a view to that person being exploited). Modern slavery is a breach of  fundamental human rights and is criminalised in the UK – where Do Gooder is domiciled – and in many other jurisdictions.


Commitments

Do Gooder expects everyone working with us or on our behalf to  support and uphold the following commitments.

  • A zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery, including a  commitment to investigate and report all suspected breaches of  this policy together with a refusal to engage in or facilitate any activity that might lead to a breach of this policy.

  • Full compliance with this policy and the Do Gooder Code of Conduct at all levels of our supply chain including employment  and recruitment agencies and other third parties supplying  Blurred with employees or contractors.

  • A risk-based approach to all contracting processes,  including the imposition of specific controls and assurance  obligations as a precondition of contract signature in sectors  known to present a high risk of modern slavery abuses. Those  obligations will include compliance audit rights where we  believe there is a serious risk that this policy may be breached.

  • We will take appropriate action in response to any and all  breaches of this policy, including immediate contract  termination and notification to the appropriate UK  authorities.



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