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.
Find out how broad patterns of exploitation linked to very low wages mean that just one trigger can tip workers into severe abuse including forced labour.
ETI responds to ICN report on its work in Tamil Nadu
This informational video defines modern slavery, highlights relevant international and national conventions and provides step-by-step guidance on what to do if managers and owners discover modern slavery in their factories.
We’ve initiated four projects that bring together NGOs and trade unions in partnership with member companies to tackle some specific challenges in today’s global supply chains.
Worldwide, workers are facing a tougher and more violent environment as they seek to defend their rights. The ITUC’s Global Rights Index, the launch of which I attended this week at the ILO, shows a serious increase in the abuse of fundamental rights and violence towards those trying to defend them.
What drives modern slavery in global supply chains? Who is most vulnerable? And how do we stop it? Latest research findings from leading global experts.