Young women workers in south India’s garment industry are killing themselves. Sometimes in a factory, or in hostels attached to factories. Twenty suspected suicides occurred in just three months, in the state of Tamil Nadu.
Anti-Slavery International is urging all brands to pledge not to knowingly source cotton from Turkmenistan due to systematic forced and child labour in the sector.
The UK Government is committed to challenging the barriers that deny poor people opportunities and limit their potential; this commitment extends to the most marginalised, including those with disabilities.
Last month, the University of Sheffield once again shone a light on low pay and poor conditions on Assam’s tea plantations with the publication of its Global Business of Forced Labour report.
Amidst the turmoil of Pakistan's bitterly contested and violent election campaign, what is the future for international trade, local businesses and workers’ rights?
ETI's new guidance demonstrates that improving disability inclusion within global supply chains needs leadership, commitment and joint endeavour.
Stirling Smith, ETI trainer and blogger, has a mission: to save companies money. His solution is worker representation.
We recommend new well constructed, clear advice on migrant workers issues from the perspective of countries of origin.
Companies need to develop more robust ways of understanding conditions in the workplace as well as the steps that can be taken to prevent labour abuses from occurring in the first place.
Responsible purchasing practices are increasingly understood to be a key element in tackling poor working conditions for workers in supply chains and training is a key tool to build good practice.
Despite broad acceptance of the UNGPs, workers vulnerability is increasing. How can this be addressed?
ETI responds to the launch of Oxfam's Behind the Barcodes campaign looking at supermarket business practices.