Social Accountability International - Monthly Newsletter

Social Accountability International - Monthly Newsletter

SAI's newsletter is a monthly online publication, covering the latest news from SAI including CSR and supply chain management insight from the field, SAI program updates from around the world, Social Fingerprint®, SA8000® certification statistics, upcoming events and training seminars, job opportunities, and more. The newsletter aims to provide readers with a glimpse into the impact of our mission, and its multi-stakeholder approach to achieving decent workplaces around the world.

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Webcast: Effective Social Compliance Management Systems
Webcast: Effective Social Compliance Management SystemsImproving Social Performance in the Global Supply Chain Host: MetricStreamDate: Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013Time: 9 am PST | 12 pm ESTDuration: 1 hour ...
Aug 27, 2013 3:30 PM ET
Tata Steel Earns 4th SA8000 Certification
  SAI is pleased to recognize Tata Steel's four-time achievement of SA8000 certification, awarded in Jamshedpur, India on August 8. The certificate was presented by SAAS-Accredited certification body, Det Norske Veritas (DNV) to Tata Steel for demonstrating its compliance with SA8000. The company has achieved four successful cycles of SA8000 certification in 2004, 2007,...
Aug 22, 2013 10:10 AM ET
Brazil: "Rapid Results" Approach to Worker Health & Safety
  On July 17-19, Social Accountability International (SAI) with the Rapid Results Institute convened a workshop to launch Wave 2 of SAI's Worker Engagement Program in...
Aug 21, 2013 11:40 AM ET
Pillars in Practice Project Update: Bangladesh
Farhana Sharmin is the Program Officer at the CSR Centre Bangladesh, an implementation partner in SAI and the Danish Institute for Human Rights' 'Pillars in Practice' (PIP) Project. The project is centered on the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. In October, the Project will convene its second multi-...
Aug 21, 2013 10:30 AM ET
RAGS Project to Reduce Gender Discrimination in India
Since 2010, SAI's RAGS Project to reduce gender discrimination in the Indian ready-made garment sector has operated in factories in three cities- Bangalore, New Delhi and Tirupur. Among the significant outcomes are training many more people than targeted and changes in attitudes and understanding...
Aug 20, 2013 11:30 AM ET

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