Supplier Management

Supermarket Responsibilities for Supply Chain Workers’ Rights – Continuing Challenges in Seafood Supply Chains and the Case for Stronger Supermarket Action
Publications
20 June 2018

International food supply chains provide employment for tens of millions of women and men around the world, demonstrating the potential for private sector actors to fight poverty and inequality. Yet far too many work in appalling conditions. The ongoing challenges...

Ripe for Change: Ending Human Suffering in Supermarket Supply Chains report
Publications
20 June 2018

Millions of people around the world who farm, fish, and process the food in our stores are working extremely long hours, toiling in unsafe conditions, and earning only poverty wages. The report and its accompanying methodology note launch Oxfam’s new...

2018 Responsible Mining Index – Summary Report
Publications
11 April 2018

The Responsible Mining Index (RMI) supports the principle that minerals and metals mining should benefit the economies, improve the lives of people and respect the environments of producing countries, while also benefiting mining companies in a fair and viable way....

Confronting Root Causes: Forced Labour in Global Supply Chains
Publications
10 January 2018

Forced labour is all around us, but not how you think. ‘Confronting root causes’ pulls together research from across the world to explain where it comes from and what we can do about it. A co-production of Beyond Trafficking and...

Human Trafficking and Supply Chains: Recommendations to Reduce Human Trafficking in Local and Global Supply Chains
GuidancePublications
06 June 2017

The trafficking of persons is a growing human rights problem that affects individuals locally and globally and is exacerbated by public and private supply chains. Outsourcing goods and services to countries with lower labor standards than in the U.S. has...

The National Pact To Eradicate Slave Labor
GuidancePublications
19 May 2005

The National Pact was established in 2005 by the UN’s International Labor Organization and three Brazilian non-profits: Instituto Ethos, a forum for corporate social responsibility in Brazil, the human rights organization Observatorio Social and the journalist collective Repórter Brasil. The...

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