TISCreport Press Coverage

TISCreport has received quite a bit of press coverage in recent months. Here is a selection:

April 2016: Clinton Global Initiative Commitment

July 2016: Huffington Post article on neutrality of a central anti-slavery register

December 2016: Elkes Foundation report citation

30th January 2017: TISCreport milestone: 10k organisations with MSA statements

Feb 2017: Bristol City Council UK commits to become the world’s first transparent city

23rd Feb 2017: Response to Invitation  from the UK Human Rights and Business Joint Select Committee to submit evidence

9th March: Welsh government endorses tiscreport.org as registry to use for beyond best practice compliance with MSA

20th March: Chester, UK makes a bid to become a transparent city

21st March: Logistics and Supply Chain magazine report 20k organisations with MSA statements


29th Jan: Blog piece "Four Reasons to Comply with the Latest Human Trafficking Regulations" by Brian Alster, Dun & Bradstreet’s Global Head of Supply & Compliance

12th April: Latest compliance stats for March 2018 and Announcement of Data Sharing Alliance between Modern Slavery Helpline and TISCreport

13/4/18: The UK Modern Slavery Helpline Annual Report, Unseen

14th April: HR Director Modern Slavery Update by Andrew Wallis, OBE

17th April: Home truths - an update on modern slavery in the UK, Lexology

18th April: Corporate Compliance with Section 54 Compliance of the Modern Slavery Act 17-18 by Dr Chris Bayer, Tulane University

26th April: Announcement of Data Sharing Alliance between Welsh Government, Living Wage Foundation and TISCreport

14/5/18: Modern Slavery in Construction, by Emma Crates, CIOB

6/7/18: Why Australian organisations can outperform European peers in tackling modern slavery by Dr James Allan, Head of Consulting, EMEA & APAC, Verisk Maplecroft