An important stage in the formalisation of anti-slavery partnership work involves setting terms of reference and agreeing joint actions. You may want to encourage member organisations to adopt consistent policies, for instance on transparency statements, or procurement. It will also be essential to understand how your partnership relates to other local or regional bodies with an interest in modern slavery, such as community safety partnerships and local safeguarding boards.
The links lead to examples of the types of documentation that you may find useful.
Diagrams demonstrating how modern slavery partnerships in different local contexts link to other relevant partnerships in their area
Approaches to overcoming information-sharing barriers
Modern slavery statements
Research on transparency statements and examples of promising practice
Exploring links between form and function
A guide to establishing success measures and monitoring progress
Examples of policies and training to help protect your supply chain
Examples of strategies and action plans
Terms of reference
Examples of how other modern slavery partnerships are describing and scoping their activity