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USA: Corporate Equality Index scores record number of companies full marks for having inclusive policies for LGBT workers
Netherlands: Businesses, govts., civil society, & financers must work together to achieve Sustainable Development Goals, says Advisory Council on Intl. Affairs
Author: Advisory Council on International Affairs
"The Dutch Diamond Dynamic: Doing Business in the Context of the New Sustainable Development Goals," 29 Jan 2016...
Author: Michael Holtz, Christian Science Monitor
In a 14-part global series on labor trafficking, The Monitor investigated promising and innovative solutions to modern-day slavery. Here are six of them....
Thailand: Investigation finds enslaved migrants & children in shrimp processing factories supplying US & European markets
Author: Greg Asbed (Coalition of Immokalee Workers), Scott Nova (Worker Rights Consortium), Noelle Damico (National Economic and Social Rights Initiative), on Huffington Post (USA)
Partnering consumer power with worker-designed solutions to protect their own human rights is a 21st century strategy for transforming supply chains. And it's winning...For workers experiencing human rights violations, "corporate social responsibility"...
Author: Fairfood International
"Fairfood congratulates Ahold and Delhaize with merger"...
We share Fairfood’s goal of improving working conditions in developing countries and have played an active role to improve working conditions in our supply chain...We mandate that all our suppliers adhere to our Standards of Engagement which require...
- Related stories: Morocco: Fairfood calls for living wage at European supermarkets' tomato suppliers; Ahold, Tesco & Sainsbury's respond
- This is a response from the following companies: Ahold Delhaize
Morocco: Fairfood calls for living wage at European supermarkets' tomato suppliers; Ahold, Tesco & Sainsbury's respond
Fairfood's new report finds tomato workers supplying European supermarkets receive compensation below the living wage. We invited Ahold, Sainsbury's and Tesco to respond. The companies' responses are provided below....