We support the EU's commitment to implement a regulatory approach to human rights due diligence, demonstrating global leadership in this area. However, we call for the EU decision-makers to take a comprehensive due diligence approach that is risk-based.
ETI has joined forces with amfori, Fair Wear Foundation, Sustainable Apparel Coalition, Transformers Foundation, and manufacturer associations from the Sustainable Terms of Trade Initiative to advance effective mandatory human rights due diligence at the EU level.
Hotsprings is proud to have been accepted as a full ETI member in July this year, after a journey from foundation membership, which saw dramatic upheaval from the impact of Covid-19 across their supply chains worldwide.
As Beverley Hall, Senior Advisor: Transitions, prepares to leave ETI after five years, she shares her perspective on tackling human rights issues in supply chains and reflects on her contributions to date.