The presentation focuses on the lack of worker representation in export zones (EPZ) and how companies can support the unions. Read more »
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81-hour weeks, forced overtime and a sophisticated system for fine is, according to NLC reality for workers who manufacture computer components of well-known IT companies Read more »
MakeITfair (Find Watch, SACOM and SONOS) has issued a report concerning the production of portable music players and game consoles. The report identifies a series of violations of labor rights in the industry. Read more »
Global Witness focuses on the complex situation surrounding raw material extraction in Congo. Business actors refuse to recognize that minerals are contributing to the maintenance of warfare in Eastern Congo. Read more »
Child labor is a complex and growing problem in global supply chains. Successful prevention and treatment is not easy to achieve, and requires a comprehensive multi-party approach. The manual is the outcome of a multi-party cooperation. Read more »
On Oct 22-24 2008 the ETI Norway was in London to mark the 10th anniversary of ETI-UK. ETI-UK was founded two years before ETI-N. ETI-N was established by the model of ETI-UK. ETI-N works with their British sister organization, but is not formally associated with ETI. Read more »
The Swedish campaign organization "Rena Kläden" has looked closer into the shoe trade and found what they believe are significant gaps in the monitoring of ethical guidelines for shoemaking. Read more »
More and more small and large Norwegian shipyards have moved hull production to low cost countries in Eastern Europe. Working conditions are dangerous, low wages and environmental standards minimal. Norwegian shipyard to order hulls in Eastern Europe, can cut both costs and corners. Read more »
Slavery still occurs in the form of interest-slavery and humantrafficking. The most common causes of forced labor in our days are methods such as the confiscation of identity documents to employees, retention and salary and structure of the debt to the employer. Read more »
Short promotional film on working from home in Uttar Pradesh in India, under the direction of ETI's sister organization, Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) UK. Read more »