FTA held a multi-stakeholder roundtable in Oxford in an effort to enhance the human rights and security of Syrian refugees in Turkish supply chains.
FTA signed a joint-statement that reiterates the need for the international community to focus its efforts on the implementation of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.
Read the new zero tolerance success story on forced labour and learn more about the benefits of collaborating to address critical findings in supply chains.
FTA attended a key stakeholder workshop organised by the UN Environment Programme to advocate for an innovative solution to trace chemicals in products in global supply chains.
The company developed a Sustainable Wine Route promoting sustainable management in the wine and tourism sector in Spain.
Following tightened environmental law in China, increased monitoring and inspections have led to a widespread closure of Chinese factories.
FTA Board Member, Lea Rankinen, is listed as one of the 2017 top 20 responsible leaders in Northern Europe by the Nordic Business Forum.
The new BSCI module includes guidelines and trainings for BSCI participants and their producers to actively embed the BSCI 2.0 principles into their practices.
FTA leads inspiring talks on how businesses can fulfil Sustainable Development Goals through good communication and collaborating together at this year’s CSR Asia Summit in Bangkok.
Providing on the ground support, BEPI will expand its training opportunities for producers this autumn to Dhaka. Ask your producer to register now for a workshop on how to manage the environmental impact of their factory.
The video encapsulates FTA’s stance on free trade and sustainable supply chains. It states that trade is a crucial ingredient for economic and social development across the globe.
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