Modern slavery transparency in supply chains

Consultation opened on 17 February 2021. Closing date 12 May 2021 at 17:00.

Summary

The department is seeking your views on measures to eradicate modern slavery from the supply chains of public and commercial sector organisations.


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Consultation description

Transparency in supply chains (TISC) involves relevant businesses publishing a modern slavery statement and setting out the steps they have taken to ensure slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in any part of their business or supply chains.

The proposed changes will see a strengthening of the TISC arrangements for commercial businesses with a turnover of £36m or more and will give effect to UK-wide arrangements which the Home Office consulted on during summer 2019.

We are also consulting to seek views on proposals to extend TISC requirements to Northern Ireland’s public sector organisations with a budget of £36m or more for the first time.

Please use the respondent questionnaire form at Annex C and return via email to:

OCB.enquiries@justice-ni.gov.uk or

Postal to: 

Organised Crime Branch
Protection and Organised Crime Division
Department of Justice
Castle Buildings
Stormont Estate
Belfast
BT4 3SG

Ways to respond

Email -
OCB.enquiries@justice-ni.gov.uk
Write to -
Organised Crime Branch
Protection and Organised Crime Division
Department of Justice
Castle Buildings
Stormont Estate
Belfast
BT4 3SG

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