Major retailers and buyers sourcing seafood from Thailand have signed up to a collective advocacy letter aimed at preserving important regulations to protect some of the most vulnerable workers in the world
Beverley Hall, ETI's Senior Industrial Relations Advisor, reflects on World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends 2020 (WESO) - which has highlighted how half a billion people around the world are struggling to find enough decent paid work to make ends meet
Here's the first of our series of interviews with ETI's expert trainers. Meet Elaine Jones, formerly of Body Shop International, WIEGO and Wise Development, who delivers Essentials 1 and 2 as well as bespoke training courses for ETI members both in the UK and internationally.
Cindy Berman, our wonderful Head of Modern Slavery, leaves us today for pastures new. In 6 years, she's contributed to a series of amazing resources and outputs which even the biggest Christmas stocking would struggle to accommodate ...
ETI responds to “Fashion’s next trend: accelerating supply chain transparency in the apparel and footwear industry," a report from the coalition of human rights groups, labour rights organisations, and global unions behind the Transparency Pledge standard
Recent research into working conditions on tropical fruit farms in Northeast Brazil suggests that partnering with unions and promoting better industrial relations could offer a more sustainable approach to ethical trade than audits and enforcement