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File PDF document Full Package Approach to Labour Codes of Conduct
by Paul Roeland last modified 13-01-2016 14:51 — filed under:
Four major steps garment companies can take to ensure their products are made under humane conditions. In this guide from 2008 the Clean Clothes Campaign offers guidelines on what companies can do to better assess, implement, and verify compliance with labour standards in their supply chains, and eliminate abuses where and when they arise.
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More brands commit to the Accord on Fire & Building Safety in Bangladesh
by Paul Roeland published 14-05-2013 last modified 18-09-2013 10:23 — filed under: , , , ,
This list will be updated as soon as official confirmation comes in. Last update: Aug 28 2013
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File PDF document Fashion Victims - The true cost of cheap clothes at Primark,Asda and Tesco
by Paul Roeland last modified 24-04-2013 18:57 — filed under: , , ,
This report presents the results of systematic research and interviews conducted in Bangladesh with workers who make the clothes sold by bargain retailers such as Primark,Asda and Tesco. The findings of this research reveal the true human cost of the goods sold so cheaply to consumers in the UK. Written by War on Want, 2006.
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File PDF document The Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) A Critical Perspective
by Paul Roeland last modified 24-04-2013 18:57 — filed under: ,
On 30 November 2004 the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) was officially launched. Under the aegis of some of Europe’s largest retailers, this initiative sets out to audit and monitor the social performance of their suppliers world-wide by utilising one common system. Since the BSCI aims to become a major monitoring initiative, which has already attracted several of Europe’s largest retailers, there is a great need for more background information. This document is a first attempt at supplying this essential information.
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File PDF document From Code Compliance to Fair Purchasing Practices: Some Issues for Discussion
by Paul Roeland last modified 24-04-2013 18:57 — filed under: ,
Paper written for CCC Round Table on Purchasing Practices, May 2005. This paper discusses the main elements related to purchasing practices and their relation to the CCC’s campaign activities. It's based on experiences from the Play Fair campaign concerning purchasing practices. The paper concludes with questions for further discussion. The Play Fair campaign was the first public campaign in which purchasing practices emerged as an important element. This was certainly important as both a learning experience and as a way of getting the topic discussed. However, it is important to raise some questions about how far campaigners should go down this road.
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Brands: What companies (should) do
by geertjan published 14-11-2012 last modified 29-04-2013 15:29 — filed under: , ,
The CCC believes that brands should be responsible for the working conditions in their factories and thus must ensure that working conditions in their supply chains are decent and resolve problems when they arise. Brands must respect internationally recognised norms as established by the ILO and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
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International Laws: Guidelines to resolve disputes
by geertjan published 14-11-2012 last modified 29-04-2013 09:41 — filed under: ,
A number of international and intergovernmental guidelines have been developed in recent years in an attempt to regulate how brands do business and the impact their business practices have on local communities. Although these guidelines are voluntary, there are several mechanisms in place that address violations of international rules and regulations.
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