Modern Slavery Act Modern Slavery Act

In 2015 the UK introduced the Modern Slavery Act, we are the first country in the world to specifically address slavery and trafficking in the 21st Century with legislation. The Act implements the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. These are a set of guidelines which help countries and businesses to prevent, address and remedy human rights abuses.

The Procurement team released a communication detailing the impact of the legislation and the actions the University need to take.

UEA Modern Slavery Act Statement

Below is the University's Moderns Slavery Act Statement alongside some of our suppliers statements.

2019/20 Statement

2019/20 Report

2018/19 Statement

2017/18 Statement

2016/17 Statement

Purchasing Consortia Modern Slavery Statement

On the left hand side you can find a summary of our purchasing consortia's statements.

Supplier Modern Slavery Statement

CBRE is the supplier that the University currently spends the most with per annum. They provide a planned maintenance service to the University’s mechanical and electrical, plumbing and buildings across campus, this includes activities such as window cleaning to maintenance of our combined heat and power engines. They also provide a reactive service for when things breakdown and undertake minor works and projects. CBRE's Modern Slavery Statement can be found below.

CBRE Modern Slavery Statement