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Violation Tracker UK is produced by Good Jobs First, a Washington, DC-based non-governmental organisation focused on corporate and government accountability. GJF’s Corporate Research Project provides tools to assist campaigners, public officials, journalists, academics and others in analyzing the conduct of companies and industries. Among those tools is the original U.S. Violation Tracker, introduced in 2015 and expanded numerous times since then.

Good Jobs First gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the following funders that currently make this database and website possible: the Network for Social Change Charitable Trust, the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust, and an anonymous UK donor. Founding support also came from the Joffe Charitable Trust, the Reva & David Logan Foundation, and from Good Jobs First in-kind.

Violation Tracker UK builds upon Good Jobs First’s 20 years of cumulative experience in gathering, refining and posting official data of many kinds, including Subsidy TrackerTax Break Tracker, and Covid Stimulus Watch (as well as Violation Tracker).  

The work on Violation Tracker UK is led by Philip Mattera, research director of Good Jobs First and head of the Corporate Research Project. Any inquiries about the database should be directed to him at [email protected].

Violation Tracker UK Outreach Coordinators: Eleanor Godwin and Maia Kirby

Others involved in creating the content include:

Academic data advisor: Prof. Aneesh Raghunandan-London School of Economics
Lead researcher: Anthony Kay Baggaley
Other researchers: Rachel Thompson, Katie Furtado, Alex Varley-Winter
Data scraping: John LaMontagne

The database and the parent-subsidiary matching system were built with the help of Rich Puchalsky of Grassroots Connection. Website design was provided by IndieTechSolutions.

Violation Tracker UK Advisory Group

We also gratefully acknowledge the collegial guidance of the Advisory Group members, who have been so supportive during this development process.

Chair: Andy Agathangelou, Transparency Task Force
Greg LeRoy, Executive Director-Good Jobs First
Arlene Martinez, Communications Director-Good Jobs First
Philip Mattera, Research Director-Good Jobs First
Brian Basham  
Georgina Berriman, Policy and Communications Officer-Corporate Justice Coalition
Heather Buchanan, Director of Policy & Strategy-APPG on Fair Business Banking
Martin Buttle, Head of Good Work-ShareAction
Andrew Candy, Director-Tentacle Limited
Barbara Casu, Professor of Banking and Finance; Director-Centre for Banking Research, Cass Business School
Justin Chircop, Senior Lecturer in Finance-University of Lancaster Management School
Áine Clarke, Investor Engagement Manager, Workforce Disclosure Initiative-ShareAction
Tim Colman, Procurement Consultant
Bob Compton, Managing Director-ARC Benefits Limited
Mark Dearn, Director-Corporate Justice Coalition
Robert Dellner, Managing Partner-I3 Partners Ltd
Constantino Grasso, Associate Professor-Manchester Law School; Editor, Corporate Crime Observatory
Lars Helge Hass, Professor of Accounting and Finance-University of Strathclyde
James Killen, Chief Operations Officer-Parrhesia; University of York
Charlotte Lush, WDI Research Manager-ShareAction
Roger Miles, Head of Faculty-Conduct and Culture Academy, UK Finance
Christopher Patz, Policy Officer-European Coalition for Corporate Justice
Antonio Potenza, Managing Director & Founder, Proodos Capital
Aneesh Raghunandan, Assistant Professor in Accounting-London School of Economics
Karl Richter, Co-Founder and Executive Director-EngagedX
Emma Rose, Director, Co-Founder-Unchecked
Chris Stears, Senior Legal Consultant-DLA Piper
Monika Tarsalewska, Senior Lecturer in Finance-University of Exeter Business School
Anna Tilba, Associate Professor in Strategy and Governance-Durham University Business School
Agnieszka Trzeciakiewicz, Lecturer in Finance and Programme Director of Msc Finance and Investment-University of Hull
Stefan Voicu, Research & Policy Officer-Better Finance
Tom Wills Project Manager, Corporate Accountability and Trade-Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
Stuart Woollard, Managing Partner-OMS LLP
Taniel Yusef, International Rep-WILPF UK

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