Who We Work With

Navigating global supply chain issues – which are dependent on geopolitical contexts – is extremely complex, and that is why we work with leading and specialised organisations to support our evolving journey.

The Ethical Trading Initiative is a leading alliance of companies, trade unions and NGOs that promotes respect for workers’ rights around the globe. Their vision is a world where all workers are free from exploitation and discrimination, and enjoy conditions of freedom, security and equity.

Anti-Slavery International first identified slavery in supply chains as a key issue in the fight against slavery over two decades ago. They tackle modern slavery in supply chains through research, advocacy and engagement with business.

The Open Apparel Registry is an open source map and database of global apparel facilities, with their affiliations and unique OAR IDs assigned to each facility.

The International Transport Workers’ Federation is a democratic, affiliate-led federation recognised as the world’s leading transport authority. They fight to improve working lives and help their members to secure rights, equality and justice.

End Uyghur Forced Labour is a coalition of civil society organisations and trade unions united to end state-sponsored forced labour and other egregious human rights abuses against people from the Uyghur Region in China, known to local people as East Turkistan.

Sedex is one of the world’s leading ethical trade membership organisations, working with businesses to improve working conditions in global supply chains.