New member focus: Liberty
Read all about ETI's newest member, iconic luxury multi-brand retailer Liberty as its latest new member. Full article
Q&A: Adil Khan, CEO, Liberty London
"When leadership drives an ethical agenda, it reminds us all to act responsibly and to consider the positive and negative impacts of how we work". Read a Q&A with Adil Khan, CEO of Liberty London
Free membership and training webinar - Friday 29 November
Calling all non-members of ETI!
- Would you like to find out more about how ETI supports companies through membership and training?
- Then join us from 12-1pm GMT on Friday 29 of November for a free no-strings-attached webinar
- This webinar is for companies of any size* in any country who’d like to know more about how ETI can help you to transform your business’s approach to embedding human rights
- If you’d like to join, please register with GoToWebinar here
- And if you have any pressing questions about membership or training in the meantime, contact firstname.lastname@example.org (membership) or email@example.com (training)
- *Please bear in mind that ETI normally requires companies to have a minimum turnover of £10m (€12m/$13m) in order to apply. There is of course no turnover threshold for participating in training
UK Anti Slavery Day 2019
Read a series of blogs by Cindy Berman, ETI's Head of Modern Slavery, to mark this year's UK Anti Slavery Day. What roles can companies, governments, international organisations and workers themselves do to drive longstanding change?
Read our latest blogs
ETI members Coop and M&S publish toolkit for business with multi-language workforces
ETI members Coop and Marks and Spencer have joined forces to develop a toolkit offering practical support to businesses in tackling the common challenges associated with multiple cultures and languages among supply chain workers. It's open source and free to download. Download it here.
New guidance on state imposed forced labour
The risk of forced labour and trafficking in supply chains is rising up the business agenda. To date, attention has mainly focused on forced labour in the private economy. But what happens when the forced labour is imposed by the State itself, perhaps as a systematic practice of punishing political dissidents or religious minorities? ETI has produced a briefing note for companies. Download it here and feel free to share.
Workshops and training
Safe Spaces report: progressing women's worker representation:
9 December. With Women Working Worldwide we'll share the recommendations of a comparative report on women's organisations and how they access rights and protections. Register.
Dates announced - next round of Essentials training: Book now
- Essentials 4: 12 November 2019
- Essentials 1: 11 February 2020
- Essentials 2: 3 March 2020
- Essentials 3: 26 March 2020
- Essentials 4: 21 March 2020
Modern Slavery Act - is your business ready? Birmingham, on 12 November. ETI member rate £450. Book now
Events in China and Myanmar
ETI/SEDEX joint training workshops, Shanghai, 4 and 6 December
New trends in compliance requirements in global supply chains. Fees: RMB1,900 including VAT. Register here.
Managing across cultures
ETI is collaborating with SMART Myanmar to conduct a workshop for the garment industry on Yangon culture and legislations 26 & 27 November. Limited seats are available, please register online or contact firstname.lastname@example.org