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This summary sets out the impact the social dialogue programme has had to date, following a recent independent evaluation. In short, the programme has been shown to:Improve... Read More

This document is relevant to all those involved in monitoring and improving labour conditions in the export garment and footwear sectors in Vietnam, including retailers and... Read More

This tool will help companies to meet their corporate responsibilities to respect human rights in the labour rights context, and report against these obligations. It sets... Read More

This guidance is intended to help businesses understand child labour and the responsibilities of companies to embed the application of ETI’s Base Code Clause 4 in their... Read More

The ETI Base Code is founded on the conventions of the International Labor Organization (ILO) and is an internationally recognized code of labor practice.

The purpose of this report is:To explain how the SDGs (sustainable development goals) are relevant to ethical trade and workers’ rights, particularly SDG 8 and other key... Read More

This is an ongoing series of briefing notes about the lessons we are learning from our supply chain programme work. It is aimed at practitioners who are doing or planning... Read More

This document is relevant to all those involved in monitoring and improving labour conditions in the export garment industry in China, including retailers, agents and... Read More

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