Adopted in Athens in 2006 to engage the worldwide business community to participate in anti-trafficking efforts. Seven principles outline action plans for business to contribute to the eradication of human trafficking, including child labour.

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World Bank Environmental and Social Framework
Standards & Codes of Conduct

The World Bank Environmental and Social Framework sets out the World Bank’s commitment to sustainable development, through a Bank Policy and a set of Environmental and Social Standards that are designed to support Borrowers’ projects, with the ai...Read More

Modern Slavery Act Transparency in Supply Chains
COVID-19 resourcesStandards & Codes of Conduct

CGI IT UK Limited is among the largest independent IT and business consulting services organisations in the world. This statement is published pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes CGI UK’s fifth Modern Slavery a...Read More

Maximizing Benefits from a Sustainable Supply Chain – BSR
Standards & Codes of ConductPublications

The case studies described in this brief reveal that there are benefits for suppliers to implementing social and environmental improvement programs, including improved workforce productivity, cost savings, and stronger competitiveness. Buyers also b...Read More

Florverde Sustainable Flowers Standard
Standards & Codes of Conduct

Florverde® Sustainable Flowers is an independent social and environmental standard for the flower sector that is backed by a strong team of agronomists, social workers and other professionals. This team is responsible for reviewing and updating...Read More