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1 December 2001

[PDF] Regulating business via multistakeholder initiatives: A preliminary assessment

Author: Peter Utting, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD)

...this paper seeks to examine why multistakeholder initiatives have emerged as one of the dominant regulatory approaches in recent years...The schemes referred to include AA1000, the Clean Clothes Campaign, the Ethical Trading Initiative, the Fair...

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1 August 2001

How Responsible Is WRAP?

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1 August 2001

How Responsible Is WRAP?

Author: Codes Memo: Number 8, Maquila Solidarity Network

The Worldwide Responsible Apparel Production Certification Program (WRAP) has apparently certified 23 factories (including factories in US, Mexico and Honduras), and has received applications for certification from 370 others. However, information on...

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1 April 2001

Voluntary Approaches to Corporate Responsibility: Readings and a Resource Guide

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1 April 2001

[PDF] Corporate Codes of Conduct - Self-Regulation in a Global Economy

Author: Rhys Jenkins, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD)

Codes of conduct should be seen as an area of political contestation, not as a solution to the problems created by the globalization of economic activity.

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