Tackling Modern Slavery in the Construction Sector is a one-day interactive workshop that will take you from the basics of understanding how modern slavery occurs within the construction industry and the risks and impacts to your business and UK supply chains (including sub-contractors and labour providers), to understanding the responsibilities and best practice associated with tackling it.
Stronger Together hasn’t changed but we have grown and we needed a website to match. Take a look around our updated site to browse and download our free resources or book on to an interactive training workshop and you may find a few new features too.
A short film about hidden labour exploitation in the fruit and wine producing industries in South Africa. Available to watch online or download for use in training and inductions to raise awareness and initiate discussion.
Stronger Together deliver sector specific programmes offering specialist, in-depth practical advice to businesses within those industries on proactive measures they can take to reduce modern slavery in their business and supply chains.
Stronger Together Overview Leaflet
Find out more about Stronger Together in this four-page leaflet providing an overview of our work.
Stronger Together Training Menu
An overview of all the Stronger Together’s training opportunities: face-to-face workshops, e-learning modules, and bespoke training and support.
An Independent Impact Assessment of Stronger Together
An Independent Impact Assessment of the Stronger Together initiative analysing the impact of the programme from October 2013- June 2017.
Tackling Modern Slavery in UK Businesses Toolkit
A comprehensive toolkit for UK employers and labour providers to inform, equip and resource them to tackle modern slavery.
Tackling Modern Slavery in Global Supply Chains Toolkit
A comprehensive toolkit to inform, equip and resource businesses to tackle modern slavery in global supply chains.
Tackling Modern Slavery in the Construction Sector Toolkit
A comprehensive toolkit for employers and labour providers in the construction sector to inform, equip and resource them to tackle modern slavery.