In the spirit of partnership and common interest, IEH cooperate closely with likeminded national and international organizations, and with local experts in many producer countries. We are also part of various international networks (see partners and networks for more details).
- We are very happy to launch our new web pages in English, and I am confident that both IEH partners as well as our members will now more easily get a grip of how we work and follow us more closely, says Managing director of IEH, Per N. Bondevik excitingly.
IEH’s aim is to strengthen its members’ efforts to promote decent working and environmental conditions in their supply chains, and to strengthen support for ethical trade in general.
- For IEH’s members the international collaboration means access to even more tools and resources, Bondevik explains.
In other words IEH’s members will be more prepared to tackle challenges in their supply chain. IEH will also share access to some tools to the public and to partners.
- Some of our tools are only available for our members, some tools are also available for our partners, and some are publicly available at our webpage, says Bondevik
At the webpage, business, public procurers and other interested will get an overview over what ethical trade is all about and how to work with ethical. At the members-only section, access to a lot more tools and resources available is an important part of the member benefits.
- Obviously, a business will get access to a lot more tools and resources by being a member in IEH, and additional advice and guidance. So if you want to work systematically and seriously with ethical trade, you should definitely consider joining IEH, Bondevik explains.
IEH’s members range from some of Norway’s largest companies to sole proprietorships, public bodies and organizations. The majority of our members are small- and medium-sized enterprises.