The report – drawing on the anti-trafficking experiences of 80 Global Agenda Council members – offers a practical toolkit for medium-sized companies, many of which might lack the resources and confidence to tackle trafficking on their own.

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IFC Performance Standard 2
Standards & Codes of Conduct

For any business, its workforce is its most valuable asset. A sound worker-management relationship is key to the success of any enterprise. PS2 asks that companies treat their workers fairly, provide safe and healthy working conditions, avoid the u...Read More

Monsanto Code of Business Conduct
Standards & Codes of Conduct

The code explains the behaviors expected while working for Monsanto, and reinforces the shared values through practical examples. The Code does not create separate standards for different groups. It applies equally to all employees, officers an...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

Athens Ethical Principles
Standards & Codes of Conduct

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. ...Read More

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