ETI has been running a two-year project on Access to Remedy for Vulnerable Migrant Workers, funded under the UK Government’s Modern Slavery Innovation Fund. The project began in April 2019 and is due to complete in June 2020. The project has two main components:
- The production of a set of Access to Remedy Principles, which will shortly be launched on a dedicated website. These set out how businesses should establish operational grievance mechanisms in their supply chains in a way that is effective for migrant workers. Once published, ETI will promote the Principles and encourage businesses to endorse them.
- A pilot project in Malaysia, working with a local partner NGO (Our Journey) and two companies in the rubber goods manufacturing sector. In this pilot, ETI and our partner 50Eight developed a mobile app that provides information to migrant workers on their legal rights as well as an anonymous, independent grievance reporting mechanism.
We are committed to commissioning an independent evaluation of the project by the project end date of 30 June 2021. This should build on and supplement the Theory of Change and Results Framework that we have followed and measured progress against throughout the project.
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Send submissions for this consultancy to Bansari.Somani@eti.org.uk by 5.00pm GMT on Tuesday 6 April 2021.