This Position Paper outlines BSCI’s understanding of and approach to the practice of Sumangali as well as actions we have taken to ensure protection for at-risk workers.
In some developing countries, workers do not receive the minimum legal wage and for factories, the payment of the legal wage is already a challenge.
Many penal systems across the world allow the possibility of prison labour under certain conditions.
Uzbekistan is the only country where children are organized and forced by the government to harvest cotton which earns the Uzbek government over one billion dollars annually.
On the eve of your visit to Uzbekistan, we call on you to urge the Government of Uzbekistan to invite the International Labour Organisation to conduct unfettered monitoring of the cotton harvest t
Social Compliance in RMG Industry in Bangladesh
With this guidance BSCI aims to inform its Participants and stakeholders about the risks associated with use of chemicals in the agricultural sector and encourage them to use appropriate quantitie
On behalf of the U.S., Canadian, and European apparel, retail, licensing, and footwear industries, the undersigned associations that represent those sectors have read with great concern the news o
We call for this investigation because of the ongoing use of state-sponsored forced labour and forced child labour during cotton harvests, which constitutes a violation of Article 15 of the Regula
This paper is intended for BSCI member companies. It clarifies the connection between the BSCI and the Global Social Compliance Programme (GSCP).
In order to answer to consumer demand for jeans with a faded look, the technique of sandblasting has been applied widely in the textile supply chain.