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The Home Office’s award will fund a two-year project to help vulnerable migrant workers in Malaysia access support and advice and seek remedy where they have suffered abuse.
While the main burden of responsibility for assessing business and human rights risks should be borne by public sector suppliers, governments must still show political leadership and commitment.
At its 21st March meeting, ETI’s Board decided to terminate Fyffes’ membership of ETI. Fyffes has been suspended from ETI since May 2017.
In the UK, around £1.8 billion of holiday pay goes unclaimed every year. This affects around 1.8 million workers.
A report commissioned by ETI has investigated how business models are at the forefront of creating pressures on labour standards in global supply chains.
Jane is Acting Media and Communications Manager at ETI.