ETI member, Matrix APA, surveyed its Chinese suppliers about an important new green initiative, an environment tax, that seeks to help improve the environmental impact of Chinese businesses. Here they detail their findings.
THE LEADERSHIP SERIES: ETI and me – why it’s important to empathise, talk and act to change supply chains
Duncan Green was present at the birth of ETI 20 years ago. Here he lists the lessons he has learnt as an NGO specialist.
Local coalitions – platforms of interested parties – are a key mechanism in finding solutions to local problems.And Turkey’s footwear and garment sector is a case in point.
How business can help transform trade systems to support the world's Sustainable Development Goals.
“Remember the dead and fight for the living” is the slogan for International Workers’ Memorial Day – commemorated every year on 28th April.
THE LEADERSHIP SERIES: “When shall we three meet again?” The potential of collaborative action to change the world
In 2013, when the first draft of the Modern Slavery Act was published, the transparency in supply chain clause seemed like a long shot for inclusion.
We recognise that more needs to be done, while acknowledging the 'monumental' progress that has been made in five years..
Transparency Index a “much-needed wake-up call” as Bangladesh marks fifth anniversary of Rana Plaza disaster
It's important to recognise the role that greater openness and accountability can play in ensuring a disaster such as Rana Plaza never happens again.
The Commonwealth Heads of Government are meeting in London this week. Amongst the many global challenges which they are discussing is ending modern slavery.
Better Buying and the ETI are to collaborate in Bangladesh to support and promote responsible buying practices within garment industry supply chains.
The UN’s Global Compact is sharing a promotional booklet on the need to act now to ensure decent work by combatting modern slavery and child labour.
While all the evidence shows that sexual harassment is a huge problem faced by women in garment factories in Bangladesh and India, it somehow does not appear in corrective action plans in audits.