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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Social Accountability International's Newsletter - May 2013
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...
May 29, 2013 12:45 PM ET
7 Reasons Why Sweatshops Still Persist
(This article originally appeared on Triplepundit.com & the NonprofitHive.org) Talk to any conscious consumer about sweatshops, and they are likely to ask you – “what...
Apr 30, 2013 10:30 AM ET
Human Rights Training Draws on Past Experiences in Tea
Sanjiv Singh is Social Accountability International's (SAI) Lead Trainer and Authorized Representative for in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). In late March and early April 2013, Mr. Singh spent two weeks in New York, where he led two training courses - SAI's Basic and ...
Apr 30, 2013 9:20 AM ET
The UN Guiding Principles in Nicaraguan Agriculture
Nicaragua's agricultural sector plays a major role in Nicaragua's economy. Employing an estimated 28% of the population, the sector offers both small-scale and large-scale farmers with the opportunities to enhance their livelihoods through production. However, like in many countries, the agricultural sector poses extraordinary challenges and safety risks for workers - such as the...
Apr 29, 2013 9:20 AM ET
Call for Suppliers: Brazil Worker Engagement Program
Over the past decade, it has become clear that to improve workplaces, management systems and effective ways to engage teams in tackling specific problems are needed.  Millions of accidents occur every year in workplaces, taking a toll on workers, their families and the community. Occupational health and safety issues can be devastating to business, resulting in an enormous loss of...
Apr 26, 2013 9:30 AM ET

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