WFSGI has been successful in gaining commitment from members to adopt a Code of Conduct and take a proactive, comprehensive approach to Corporate Social responsibility (CSR). In this report the main challenges, good practices and case studies are illustrated.

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Rules of the Game: The World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry Code of Conduct - World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry (WFSGI), 2015 DOWNLOAD

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Anti-Trafficking Review – Everyday Abuse in the Global Economy
Standards & Codes of ConductGood Practices

Thematic Articles: Reflections from the Field: Disparate responses to labour exploitation in post Katrina Louisiana. Base Motives: The case for an increased focus on wage theft against migrant workers. Modern Heroes, Modern Slaves? Listening to ...Read More

Children’s rights in policies and codes of conduct: A tool for companies
Standards & Codes of Conduct

This tool recommends ways for all businesses to incorporate children’s rights into their policies and codes of conduct, based on the Children’s Rights and Business Principles and reaching beyond the traditional focus areas of child labour and ...Read More

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International Labor Migration: The Responsible Role of Business – BSR, 2008
GuidanceStandards & Codes of ConductGood Practices

In today’s globalized economy, the issue of international labor migration in supply chains is one of the most critical – yet largely unexplored – issues for our member companies and all businesses operating globally. Labor migrants now repr...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