The submission period is open until 29 July 2018.
There are two different versions of the questionnaire – one for Service Companies and the other for Goods Companies.
“Service Companies” are those that sell tangible goods and products and do not rely on manufacturing or industrial processes in their supply chain and operations.
“Goods Companies” are companies that have commodities, or manufacturing, production or industrial processes in their supply chains or operations, or otherwise rely on manual labor.
For the avoidance of doubt, all companies that are not Service Companies are considered Goods Companies for the purposes of this Award.
For further information please contact the Stop Slavery Award team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Stop Slavery Award is a sculpture conceived by Anish Kapoor especially for this initiative. The artist first became involved with Trust Women in 2014, when he delivered a keynote speech on the important role art must play in raising public awareness of modern-day slavery.
Anish Kapoor has spent the past two years conceptualising the Award through a number of striking designs that encapsulate the complexity of the issue.
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