The spring issue 2015 of the FTA Trade Perspective focuses on the joint trade conference between FTA and Eurcommerce.
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 quantities
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.
Social Compliance in RMG Industry in Bangladesh
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 th
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 of
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 Regulat
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.
This repor t provides an analysis of the implementation of BSCI’s approach within the food supply chain between 2008-2010, with a focus on its monitoring and empowering aspects, as well as an asses
The aim of this study is to highlight the BSCI’s development at the occasion of its tenth birthday by reviewing its history, presenting its current activities, investigating its achievements, and p
Responsible Entrepreneurship - Case Study: Challenges & Opportunities for Responsible SMEs; Building Social Dialogue with Key Stakeholders in Morocco; BSCI Pilot Project on Grievance Mechanisms
BSCI keeps its stakeholders informed on important activities of the initiative through its quarterly newsletter, the BSCI Echo.
The BSCI Footprint was produced to celebrate the ten year anniversary of BSCI, each edition provides case studies of how BSCI’s participants are taking action to solve key labour challenges in sour