The Confraternity of Saint James – trading under Camino Pilgrim™ is committed to tackling the issue of modern slavery in all its forms. We strive to ensure that acts of modern slavery and human trafficking cannot occur anywhere within our organisations or our supply chains, and we are committed to implementing and enforcing effective systems and controls to prevent this from happening. We have a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery and will not knowingly appoint or work with any supplier or partner who cannot demonstrate the same level of commitment in this area. We fully support the investigation and reporting of any supplier found to be in breach of our modern-slavery policy and approach to modern-slavery and human trafficking.  We also have a role to play in making our members aware of the importance of eradicating modern slavery.



 Our core policies and procedures reflect our commitment to acting ethically in our business relationships and help us enforce effective systems and controls to mitigate the risk of modern slavery occurring in our organisation or our supply chains. Our policies apply equally to staff, trustees, volunteers, and anyone engaged on a temporary basis.

We make sure that our suppliers are aware of our policies and agree to adhere to the same high standards that we set ourselves.

As part of our commitment to combating modern slavery, the CSJ has implemented or is implementing the following policies within our organisation to assist in minimising the risk of modern slavery and human trafficking occurring in our organisation and supply chain:

  • HR Policy – the CSJ will ensure that staff are properly appointed, paid fairly and enjoy a competitive remuneration package
  • Modern Slavery Policy – for managing and minimising the risk of modern slavery and human trafficking from occurring in our organisation and our supply chain Our modern slavery policy has been approved, communicated to staff and made available
  • Procurement Policy – for selecting suppliers to assist in ensuring that a good business partner is selected, and includes supplier reputation and compliance with relevant laws and ethical procedures