help put an end to modern slavery

This discount strives to leverage businesses in the right direction and presents opportunity for organisational growth and improvement. As a member, you can help to:

boost corporate social responsibility

give members visibility across supply chains

grant you access to exclusive data

offer expert assistance with your modern slavery statement

provide high-level training for employees across business sites


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a chance for business of all sizes to make a change

No business is immune from the reality of modern slavery across supply chains. Labour exploitation isn’t something that applies just to immediate employees, but is an issue that needs tracing right back to its source.

The increasing awareness of modern slavery and willingness to change these unethical practices is promising, but businesses need to take action, not just recognise it.

We want to support organisations as much as we can in being better and supporting the extinction of modern slavery. That’s why we’re offering a limited-time-only discount of 10% on annual Unseen Business Hub membership*.

Join the movement

Drawing on Unseen’s knowledge and expertise is really beneficial to Tesco, and being a member of the Business Helpline Portal means we can collaborate with others and gain crucial insights into the landscape of exploitation in the UK, as well as supporting the Helpline as an invaluable resource for those needing support.

Giles Bolton

Group Sustainability Director Tesco

We have had the real benefit of working with Unseen to develop training for our site managers, and we are delighted to be working with them as partners on creating real systemic change in the construction sector.
Alice Hands

Head of Ethical and Sustainable Procurement at Sir Robert McAlpine

Our partnership with Unseen has been invaluable in supporting us to better understand and mitigate modern slavery risk across our supply chain.
Imran Rasul

Chief Procurement Officer

Terms and conditions

*A 10% discount will be applied to standard membership prices for new Unseen Business Hub Members in the first year of membership. This does not affect any other discounts that may be applicable to Business Hub Members for other business services which do not form part of the membership package. Discount applies until 31st December 2022.

Justine Currell

As I came to understand more about the issue, including through a visit to an Unseen safehouse, I knew I needed to do more to stop this abuse and exploitation.

For the last five years of my Civil Service career, I was the Modern Slavery Senior Policy Advisor in the Home Office and led on development of the Modern Slavery Act, including the transparency in supply chains provision and business guidance.

I joined Unseen to lead the development of the Modern Slavery & Exploitation Helpline, and Unseen’s work with businesses. I am regularly called upon to present at national and international conferences and use my experience of working with Ministers to influence other governments internationally to take action to address modern slavery and, in particular, business supply chain issues.

In my spare time I enjoy keeping fit, music, reading and travelling.

Andrew Wallis

What ultimately compelled me to act was a report on how people from Eastern Europe were being trafficked through Bristol airport to the USA. Kate Garbers, who went on to be an Unseen Director, and I wrote to all the city councillors, MPs and the Police Chief Constable challenging them on the issue. The challenge came back to us: this city needs safe housing for trafficked women. And so Unseen began.

But we never wanted Unseen to be just about safe housing. We wanted to end slavery once and for all, and that remains our driving focus.

I chaired the working group for the Centre for Social Justice’s landmark report “It Happens Here: Equipping the United Kingdom to Fight Modern Slavery”. This is now acknowledged as the catalyst behind the UK’s Modern Slavery Act of 2015. It was a great honour to be awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours that year. On the other hand, I’ve also been described as “the loveliest disrupter you could ever hope to meet”.

This job has taken me from building flat-pack furniture for safehouses, to working with businesses to address slavery in supply chains, to delivering training, raising awareness and advising governments around the world.

When not at work, I enjoy travelling, spending time with my dog Harley, cooking, supporting Liverpool and Yorkshire CC, music (I’m a former DJ) and endurance events such as the Three Peaks Challenge and Tribe Freedom Runs – which I vow never to do again. Until the next time.