With the recent news of the dismissal of factory workers in Turkey, FTA calls upon companies to adhere to their business responsibility and respect human rights.
Following the recent intensification of the debate on how EU trade policy can best contribute to sustainable development, FTA will organise a round table to discuss the topic with key stakeholders.
To meet the raising concerns of members on the labour situation in Bangladesh, FTA wrote a letter to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh urging the country to cooperate with international bodies.
A new easy guide has been developed to help members prepare the statement requested in the Act.
FTA held a joint event with Forética on generating business opportunities through responsible trade in Madrid.
Watch the webinar on why women’s empowerment makes good business sense and find out more about FTA’s upcoming projects and events.
Read the highlights of one of Europe’s largest trade and sustainability conferences! All photos, session summaries, and videos are now available on the conference website.
One year after signing the Dutch Garment and Textiles Agreement, signatories released a list of production locations promoting transparency in supply chains.
The 2017 FTA Members’ Award aims to showcase members’ efforts in international trade and sustainable supply chains.
FTA urges the European Parliament to reassess its proposal on new methodology to calculate normal value for countries with significant price distortions.
FTA sent a letter to the Thai Embassy in Brussels calling for an out-of-court settlement of a defamation case against migrant workers and other involved parties.
In mid-June, FTA became the first international organisation to join the Belt & Road Industrial & Commercial Alliance after signing an agreement with the China Federation of Industrial Economics.
FTA and the Importers and Exporters Association of Taipei signed an agreement to unite efforts and work together on trade and investment.
FTA was invited to speak at the Helsinki Chemicals Forum, celebrating the 10th anniversary of REACH.
FTA and the International Organization of Migration signed a Memorandum of Understanding aimed at promoting ethical recruitment and better working conditions in global supply chains.
Read FTA’s comments to the European Commission Roadmap on the interface between chemicals, products and waste legislation.
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