The struggle is far from over, but there is significant work being done by unions, NGOs and businesses to address LGBT issues in the workplace.
Non-discrimination is enshrined in ETI’s Base Code clause 7 but LGBT workers are very vulnerable in the global supply chain.
ETI and Oxfam asked 200 women working in strawberry farms and packing houses in Northern Morocco to tell us a story.
Trade and aid: analysing the Department for International Development’s new economic development strategy2 March 2017
DFID's economic development strategy outlines the development department's new priorities in line with the government’s recent commitment to improve relations with the UK’s “trading partners of the future”.
France to follow the UK’s lead on modern slavery legislation with a new law, Devoir de vigilance des entreprises donneuses d'ordre.
Follow our live blog on LGBT rights and ethical trade from 08:30 GMT, 28 February 2017.
It’s the final day of London Fashion Week and that got us thinking about whether the UK fashion industry needs to do more to raise the bar.
REVISION - Given the release of jailed trade unionists ETI will now attend Dhaka Apparel Summit 201720 February 2017
This statement has been revised following the release of the trade unionists arrested following worker unrest in Dhaka’s Ashulia industrial area in December 2016 and the more recent arrests in Chittagong.
When it comes to LGBT rights, this decade has seen a positive sea-change, with business constantly anticipating lawmakers.
Free trade agreements and labour rights - what are the implications for workers?
What are the main challenges that global buyers’ purchasing practices can cause for suppliers, in East Asia supply chains?