For human rights, for better business.

For more than 20 years, ETI and our members have been a driving force in ethical trade.

We influence business to act responsibly and promote decent work. Taking a unique approach to business and human rights, our members are forward-thinking companies, trade unions and NGOs. Together, we tackle the complex challenges of today’s global supply chains, improving the lives of workers worldwide.

Our members include:

Featured blog posts

A pile of folded Liberty fabrics. Photo credit: Liberty.

Liberty – our ETI journey so far

18 January 2023
Liberty's Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, Kasia Myatt, reflects on the challenges, achievements and opportunities ETI membership has afforded them.
Development workers hand over relief aid to a woman amid the Covid-19 pandemic at Madartek area in Bashabo of Dhaka. Photo credit: UN Women/Fahad Abdullah Kaizer.

Tackling unfair business practices during Covid-19

16 January 2023
ETI reflects on its efforts to protect workers' rights during the pandemic and responds to a recent study by the University of Aberdeen on the impact of unfair practices by global retailers on Bangladeshi suppliers.