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Uber Modern Slavery Act Transparency Statement

At Uber, we are committed to tackling issues of modern slavery and human trafficking in our business and supply chain, promoting the safety and welfare of our partners, employees, and users.

As part of this, Uber and Uber Eats have submitted their 2019 Modern Slavery Statements.

Signs of modern slavery

Be the eyes on the road

How to report it

You can make the difference

If you see something suspicious, report it to the police or other authorities.

If there is an immediate danger to the suspected victim or if you think that the suspected victim is under 18, call 999 and inform the Police.

Report to the Modern-Day Slavery Helpline

You can also make a report to the Modern-Day Slavery Helpline: 0800 0121 700 or online through their website. Victims of modern slavery are entitled to safe accommodation and specialist support to help them recover from their ordeal. Your call could help someone get the support they need.

Download Unseen's app

Keep all of this information at your fingertips with a new app from Unseen UK. In the app you can instantly report any concerns you may have, or seek help or advice for someone who may be in an abusive situation. It’s quick and simple and can be used anonymously. Click here to download from the Google Play store, and here to download from the Apple store.

Learn more

Learn more about modern-day slavery from Unseen UK

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