With supply chain transparency being top of mind for many businesses, our expanded LBG Framework will enable our network companies to better measure supply chain diversity. Australia Post is a great example of an LBG member diversifying their supply chain. They have a three-year partnership with ARA Indigenous Services, a Supply Nation certified supplier, toContinue reading Showcasing supply chain innovation
Guest contributor Felicitas Weber, Project Lead for KnowTheChain at the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre shares why supply transparency makes business sense. According to the ILO an estimated 24.9 million people are victims of forced labour today, 16 million of whom are employed by the private sector. The sheer scale of this exploitation hasContinue reading The business benefits of radical supply chain transparency
As consumers and individuals, we have the right to know the source of the things we buy or the uniforms we wear. For many of us, the trust we have in a retailer, brand or employer might be sufficient to stop us from asking too many questions and leave us free to go on livingContinue reading Radical transparency in the supply chain? Monthly Briefing, February 2019
Corporate Citizenship, the global consultancy specialising in sustainability and responsible business, are pleased to announce that Dr Jeremy Osborn has joined as Regional Director, UK and EMEA. Jeremy joins from EY, the global professional services firm, where as Head of Client Services for EY’s Beacon Institute he helped convene an international community of CEOs toContinue reading Corporate Citizenship welcomes new Regional Director for UK and EMEA
The growing movement on business and human rights is hard to miss. We’ve come a long way since 2010, when the voluntary UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) ended years of international stalemate about the responsibility of corporates on human rights. Since then, we’ve moved into territories unheard of just a fewContinue reading The rising tide of regulations on business & human rights: Could Asia be next?
Sarah Wells is Community Manager, for Bettys & Taylors Group, a third generation Yorkshire family business with six café tea rooms, a craft bakery and cookery school as well as Taylors tea and coffee merchants – the home of Yorkshire Tea and Taylors coffee. It’s a values-led business that prides itself on doing things properly whichContinue reading In conversation with Sarah Wells, Bettys and Taylors Group
Our view on what matters. Tech companies appointing Chief Ethics Officers Negative news stories around the poor behaviour of tech giants such as Deliveroo means that the tech sector is facing a crisis of trust. Will a proliferation of new executive roles, such as Salesforce’s first Chief Ethical and Humane Use Officer, be sufficientContinue reading Ethics in Tech: Our view on what matters
Our view on what matters. Tech companies appointing Chief Ethics Officers Negative news stories around the poor behaviour of tech giants such as Deliveroo means that the tech sector is facing a crisis of trust. Will a proliferation of new executive roles, such as Salesforce’s first Chief Ethical and Humane Use Officer, be sufficientContinue reading Ethics in Tech: A business-wide challenge