Morocco is the world’s fifth largest exporter of strawberries and women make up most of the workforce.
Winning isn't everything. Social dialogue and cricket are both celebrations of equality.
ETI member, Gap Inc. has published the names of the first tier factories from which it sources its garments, and is looking to update its list every six months.
In April 2016 ETI received an official complaint about the dispute from the IUF (the International Union of Food Workers) and the NGO Banana Link.
On Tuesday 29 November, we formally launched our Turkish Programme in Istanbul with co-funding from the UK’s Magna Carta Fund and international garment retailers.
Transparency in the supply chain and why a modern slavery statement registry is vital.
Interviews with speakers from Trade Justice Movement and ITUC on the opportunities to change trade agreements post-Brexit.
ETI welcomes a new resource kit to prevent violence in the workplace.
How to utilise technology to support workers and address any exploitation concerns.
The movement of refugees is inevitably viewed as a negative development. But refugees can bring about positive change.
There’s no such thing as fast fashion, just increasingly accelerated consumption.
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