We respond to a Thomson Reuters Foundation article on our Tamil Nadu spinning mills project.
Investors back better disclosure from companies on how they manage their direct workforce and supply chain workers.
The latest UN recommendations on business and human rights say that countries should adopt measures that include imposing due diligence requirements to prevent abuses of human rights in supply chains.
Addressing child labour in the supply chain is essential for the credibility and legitimacy of a business in the eyes of its stakeholders in the UK and elsewhere.
Modern slavery and child labour are crimes and can never be tolerated. But they are also complex problems.
The four stages to effectively manage the risk of child labour and the 11 indicators of modern slavery and how to deal with them.
A new UN manual on investing in women-owned businesses and integrating them into corporate supply chains.
How useful are modern slavery statements? And do we know any more about the prevalence of modern slavery and what companies are doing to combat it?
Key findings of the ITUC Global Rights Index 2017: a must read for companies wanting to safeguard workers' rights in their global supply chains.
ETI's Board decided that Fyffes “had not demonstrated that it understood or acted on its obligations as a member of ETI to implement the provisions in the ETI Base Code”
More and more companies view ethical trade as essential business practice.