Anti-slavery Policy

1. Introduction

1.1 http://theworldwewant.global (the “Website”) is a site operated by Sterling Media Limited (the “Company”). We are registered in England and Wales under company number 4403 129 and we have our registered office at 20-21 Astwood Mews, London, SW7 4DE. Our VAT number is 814 9367 10.

1.2 Modern slavery is a heinous crime and a morally reprehensible act that deprives a person’s liberty and dignity for another person’s gain. It is a real problem for millions of people around the world, including many in developed countries, who are being kept and exploited in various forms of slavery. Every company is at risk of being involved in this crime through its own operations and its supply chain.

1.3 At The World We Want, we have a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery and are fully committed to preventing slavery and human trafficking in our operation and supply chain. We have taken concrete steps to tackle modern slavery, as outlined in our statement. This statement sets out the actions that we have taken to understand all potential modern slavery risks related to our business, and to implement steps to prevent slavery and human trafficking during the financial year 2021.

1.4 This statement covers the financial year ending 31 December 2020

1.5 This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

1.6 Please email hello@theworldwewant.global should you have any queries regarding our Anti-Bribery Policy.

2. Our business and supply chains

2.1 We establish a relationship of trust and integrity with all our suppliers, which is built upon mutually beneficial factors. Our supplier selection and on-boarding procedure includes due diligence of the supplier’s reputation, respect for the law, compliance with health, safety and environmental standards, and references.

2.2 We haven’t been made aware of any allegations of human trafficking/slavery activities against any of our suppliers, but if we were, then we would act immediately against the supplier and report it to the authorities.

3. Risk assessment

3.1 In the past year, we conducted a risk assessment of our supply chain by taking into account:

• The risk profile of individual countries based on the Global Slavery Index

• The business services rendered by the suppliers

• The presence of vulnerable demographic groups

• A news analysis and the insights of labour and human rights groups

This assessment will determine our response and the risk controls that we implement.

4. Policies

4.1 The World We Want operates the following policies for identifying and preventing slavery and human trafficking in our operations:

· Whistleblowing Policy – we encourage all employees, customers and suppliers to report any suspicion of slavery or human trafficking without fear of retaliation. We provide a confidential helpline to protect the identity of whistle-blowers.

· Code of Conduct – our code encourages employees to do the right thing by clearly stating the actions and behaviour expected of them when representing the business. We strive to maintain the highest standards of employee conduct and ethical behaviour when operating abroad and managing our supply chain.

· Purchasing Code – we have updated our Purchasing Code and supplier contracts to make explicit reference to slavery and human trafficking.

5. Supplier due diligence

5.1 The World We Want conducts due diligence on all new suppliers during on-boarding and on existing suppliers at regular intervals. This includes:

· Assessing risks in the provision of particular services

· Auditing the suppliers, and their health and safety standards, labour relations and employee contracts

· Requiring improvements to substandard employment practices

We require all suppliers to attest that:

· They don’t use any form of forced, compulsory or slave labour

· Their employees work voluntarily and are entitled to leave work

· They provide each employee with an employment contract that contains a reasonable notice period for terminating their employment

· They don’t require employees to post a deposit/bond and don’t withhold their salaries for any reasons

· They don’t require employees to surrender their passports or work permits as a condition of employment

6. Awareness

6.1 The World We Want has raised awareness of modern slavery issues by promoting related issues across its social media platforms and sending an email that is focused specifically on modern slavery to all our staff, which explains:

· Our commitment in the fight against modern slavery

· Red flags for potential cases of slavery or human trafficking

· How employees should report suspicions of modern slavery

7. Training

7.1 In addition to the awareness programme to ensure we have a high level of understanding of the risks of modern slavery and that this commitment is a company wide policy, The World We Want provides training to our staff and ensures open communication with our staff and organizations forming our supply chain discuss any potential issues, risks and concerns.

8. Performance Measurement

8.1 The World We Want has defined a set of key performance indicators and controls to combat modern slavery and human trafficking in our organisation and supply chain.1. Introduction