Key policies, documents, and procedures to ensure we adhere to best practice and meet our statutory obligations.
- UK gender pay gap reporting
- International aid transparency initiative (IATI)
- Modern slavery and human trafficking
- Privacy and terms of website use
- Cookies policy
- Reporting a concern/whistleblowing
- United Nations Global Compact (UNGC)
- Working with our suppliers
- Website accessibility
- Website disclaimer
Download our statutory UK Gender Pay Gap report for 2020.
Download our statutory UK Gender Pay Gap report for 2019.
Download our statutory UK Gender Pay Gap report for 2018.
Download our statutory UK Gender Pay Gap report for 2017.
Our latest IATI returns may be accessed via www.iatiregistry.org/publisher/opml
Our modern slavery and human trafficking statement may be accessed here (PDF, updated March 2022).
How to report a concern if you think we've not lived up to our values.
As a participant in the UNGC, Oxford Policy Management has committed to align its strategy and operations with ten universal principles on human rights, labour, environment, and anti-corruption, and take action to advance broader societal goals such as the Sustainable Development Goals.
Our supply chain includes partner organisations and self-employed consultants. We operate a number of internal policies to ensure that we are conducting business ethically and with integrity, and expect our suppliers and business partners to conduct their business in a lawful and ethical manner. This includes adopting business practices that prevent or eliminate modern slavery and human trafficking from taking place within their supply chains. Read our full modern slavery and human trafficking statement, along with our counter-terrorism statement (updated March 2021).
You can view and download our most recent documents and policies for suppliers here.
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