Modern Slavery Policy


Borderline Support is committed to ensuring the organisation, and any organisations it partners or contracts with, are free of slavery.  We commit to legal compliance, ethical standards and fundamental human rights.

This statement is designed to comply with the requirements of Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and outlines the steps that Borderline Support has taken to ensure that slavery and human trafficking are not present in our operations or any part of our supply chain.

Borderline Support has a zero-tolerance approach to slavery and human trafficking. We will take all reasonable steps to ensure that slavery and human trafficking are not present within their own activities and supply chain. We will also ensure our approach and stance is clear with any partner organisations.

Organisational Structure

Borderline Support is a small organisation dedicated to empowering individuals with BPD/EUPD and their families to live well and improve their quality of life.  The organisation has three trustees and is recruiting volunteers.  There are no paid employees.

Our supply chains

Due to the nature of our organisation we are predominately a provider of services, with limited consumption of products or raw materials.

Our activities are centred on the UK and under regulation of the UK Government, and our partner organisations are chiefly UK-based.  We will not knowingly support or deal with any organisations involved with slavery or human tracking.

Policies and Processes

We recognise the importance of maintaining constant vigilance to identify and address any issues associated with slavery and human trafficking.  It is a condition of our co-contracting or partnership process that all other organisations can demonstrate full adherence to key employment legislation.