Anti-Slavery International is the only British charity exclusively committed to eliminating all forms of slavery and slavery like practices. It is also the world’s oldest international human rights organisation and works closely with partner organisations from around the world, on the following issues:
Anti-Slavery undertakes research about these human rights abuses, bringing them to the attention of the public and promoting public action to end them; we work in coalitions and across sectors to identify ways in which abuses can be brought to an end, and we work to influence policymakers, governments or other institutions at national and international levels to take action accordingly. A key aspect of our approach is to support victims of slavery and similar practices in their struggle for freedom, in particular by working with, and building the capacity of, local partner organisations to effectively tackle these abuses in their own countries.
The Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB) is dedicated to being a global centre of excellence and expertise on the relationship between business and internationally proclaimed human rights standards.
We provide a trusted, impartial space for dialogue and independent analysis to deepen understanding of human rights challenges and issues and the appropriate role of business.
We seek to address problems where the law may be unclear, where accountability and responsibility may not be well-defined, and where legitimate dispute settlement mechanisms may be non-existent or poorly-administered.
The Institute works to raise corporate standards and strengthen public policy to ensure that the activities of companies do not contribute to human rights abuses, and in fact lead to positive outcomes.
The Staff Wanted Initiative is funded by Trusts for London
Previous funder Joseph Rowntree Foundation