Today is my last official day working at ETI. I wish I could capture the key things I’ve learnt over the last six years in a succinct blog, but that’s impossible. Instead, I thought I would share some of the materials I’ve led, commissioned, overseen or collaborated on to fill your Xmas reading stocking.
If you have a light novel or two to read instead, you could dip into these in the new year when you return to work and could use some information or guidance.
Human rights due diligence
Corporate leadership on modern slavery – in partnership with Hult/Ashridge Business School
Corporate approaches to modern slavery - in partnership with Hult/Ashridge Business School
ETI Base Code Guidance on Modern Slavery (Forced Labour – Base Code Clause 1)
Managing risks associated with modern slavery: a good practice note for the private sector – in partnership with Ergon. Commissioned by CDC, EBRD, IFC and DFID
Modern slavery in public procurement
Joint ETI-UK Government public procurement conference report (includes links to useful resources in high-risk sectors and recommendations for action by public bodies and private sector suppliers)
Sustainable Development Goals
Businesses: It’s time to act – short briefing for the UN Global Compact on SDG 8.7: modern slavery, forced labour and child labour
Access to remedy
ETI practical guidance on access to remedy for companies
I led a new initiative with the ETI Norway and Denmark to develop a new series of country risk profiles on labour standards – including Kenya, South Africa, Myanmar, Vietnam, India, China. These are now housed with ETI Norway, but the Local Resources Network was transferred to the International Trade Centre’s Sustainability Map. Check it out.
Happy Reading! It has been a privilege to work at ETI.