The government will continue to rely heavily on voluntary principles, guidance and codes of conduct, the promotion of good practice, and an expectation that the private sector will itself do more to ensure respect for labour rights in its supply chains.
ETI’s Executive Director, Peter McAllister said that reported cuts, particularly to orders that have already been agreed, are “totally unacceptable within responsible business practice”.
How trade unions can help improve the fabric of communities as well as workers' lives.
Resources that explore Primark’s business in the areas of the environment, ethics and the clothing journey to help provide relevant case studies for 11 to 16-year-olds.
It is an enormous shock to learn about the untimely death of Paul Broadbent, CEO of the Gangmasters Labour Abuse Authority.
Exploring latest thinking on transparency, giving positive examples and defining expectations.
ETI's Executive Director, Peter McAllister, reflects on the end of 2017 and what our members have been doing to improve conditions for workers.
Working to address the exploitation of migrant workers from Africa and the Middle East.
Leading garment brands and trade associations from Europe and the US have called on the Myanmar government to respect the rights of the ethnic minority population of Rakhine State or risk further eroding business and investor confidence.
The ETI Board decided to maintain Fyffes’ suspension while recognising that positive engagement has taken place and acknowledging that in entrenched disputes it can take time to build meaningful dialogue.
ETI Policy and Advocacy Adviser, Sandra Martinsone, reflects on new research from Middlesex University looking at unpaid wages in Britain
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