Associated British Foods
Headquarters in United Kingdom
Author: Michelle Russell & Ben Wright, just-style (UK)
“Rana Plaza four years on – Timelines of change”, 21 Apr 2017...
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KnowTheChain's food & beverage sector benchmark found that a number of companies are tracing their sugar supply chain. Yet information on how companies assess and address forced labour risks in commodities such as sugar cane, where forced labour...
Author: Phil Bloomer, Thomson Reuters Foundation (UK)
“A year after the UK Modern Slavery Act, time for a Global Modern Slavery Agreement?”, 31 Mar 2017...
India: Major footwear and garment brands react to serious human rights issues in their leather supply chain and promise collective action
The report Do leather workers matter? Violating labour rights and environmental norms in India’s leather production explores labour conditions in the leather industry that are steeped into deep-rooted social inequalities in Indian society based on...
Author: Corporate Human Rights Benchmark Limited (CHRB Ltd)
The Corporate Human Rights Benchmark Key Findings Report was released 13 Mar 17....
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Ireland's tax laws let companies avoid taxes in poor countries, make reaching UN Sustainable Development Goals “impossible”, says Oxfam
Policy paper outlines mechanisms to improve quality & accountability in textile industry auditing processes
Author: Carolijn Terwindt & Miriam Saage-Maass, European Center for Constitutional & Human Rights; Friedrich Ebert Stiftung
„Liability of Social Auditors in the Textile Industry”, December 2016...