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GOVERNANCE AND ACCOUNTABILITY

At Anti-Slavery International, we are committed to ensuring accountability to our stakeholders and to delivering quality programmes guided by agreed codes and standards.

Commitment to Accountability

As one of our six prioritised organisational values, Anti-Slavery International is committed to being accountable to people affected by and vulnerable to slavery, partner organisations, members and supporters, donors, relevant governments and international institutions, and our staff. This commitment is proactively exercised through open and transparent work practices, such as publishing details of funding and evaluations, sharing information, and responding to requests for information.

Full details of our approach to sharing information, including what we chose to protect and why, is included in our Open Information Policy.

Other relevant policies include:

Equal Opportunities Policy
Bribery and Corruption Policy
Protected disclosure and whistleblowing policy

Bribery and corruption policy (in French): La procédure anti-corruption d’Anti-Slavery International

Evaluations

Also below are evaluations of some of our projects.

More evaluations and policies will be added in the near future.

 

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Bonded labour in brick kilns, IndiaBonded labour in India's brick kilns.
© Pete Pattisson


Talibes - children forced to beg, Senegal Talibés - children forced to beg, Senegal
© Émilie Régnier


  Domestic workers Domestic workers are amongst the most vulnerable to exploitation and slavery
© Pete Pattisson