The Isla Foundation (“Isla Foundation”) is a foundation company based in London. This statement is made on behalf of the Isla Foundation as required by the Modern Day Slavery Act 2015 (the “Act”). The nature of the foundation means annual turnover will to be lower than the threshold prescribed under Section 54 of the Act; however, we are committed to operating our foundation in a manner which protects people from modern slavery, accordingly, we have detailed below the policies and procedures we have adopted to comply with our anti-slavery obligations in accordance with the Act.
Our primary country of work is the United Kingdom. We use various third-party suppliers for the company’s day-to-day purposes, and, to provide specific services for our community projects. We select our suppliers and partners carefully based upon their experience, expertise and their compliance with anti-bribery and anti-slavery laws.
We have various internal policies, including Health and Safety Policy, ‘Whistle Blowing’ Policy and codes of conduct that cover various aspects of anti-slavery compliance. We regularly review our internal and external policies and implement new policies and update existing policies as required.
In accordance with the Act, the trustees of the Isla Foundation have approved this statement to the extent that this statement relates to the activities of those respective entities.