Canned and packaged food and drinks company Princes’ share their experience of recruiting migrant labour from Bangladesh for their Mauritian processing plants.
Stirling Smith, ETI trainer and blogger, reflects from India on the link between a Nobel prize winner and an old piece of law.
We explore lessons in cooperation and communication from ETI and ILO SCORE training in China.
Following the third conference of the World Banana Forum, Jacqui Mackay of Banana Link discusses why rights education is key to securing decent work in the industry.
We've produced a short briefing note for MPs as part of our contribution to increasing parliamentary knowledge.
Fabrice Houdart of the United Nations and Tim Jarman of Ernst and Young reflect on the rising tide of abuse against LGBTI people
Hospitality and housekeeping firm and ETI member, WGC, has introduced a ban on the use of zero-hours contracts in a move that will give more than 5,000 workers the opportunity to move to guaranteed minimum hour contracts.
Perspective enables company members to report to ETI about their ethical trade activities online, using our revised reporting framework.
Reflections on the role of companies when government support for human rights is deemed problematic.
Find out about FLEX’s action plan “Risky business: tackling exploitation in the UK labour market” on tackling labour abuses and providing protection to workers.
The Modern Slavery Act is forcing businesses to discuss slavery openly to an extent that has not occurred since the days of the 19th century abolitionists.
Not only is paying a living wage part of the ETI Base Code of labour standards, it is also part of the responsibilities on business set out in the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.