Engaging with key stakeholder groups is a fundamental step towards designing or revising a credible standard.
Stakeholders that are affected by a sustainability standard are those that are most likely to care about its content and whose agreement and consensus will inform its success. Through active and meaningful consultation, the opportunity and environment is created to transition stakeholders into supporters and advocates.
When ISEAL introduces or revises a credibility tool or Code of Good Practice, we engage with stakeholders through a consultation process that includes in person meetings, facilitated workshops and topic based webinars.
ISEAL consultations are public and all feedback is welcome and used to inform the outcome.
ISEAL is currently reviewing the Impacts and Standard-Setting Codes. Read more information on the review objectives, process and opportunities to participate.
ISEAL is currently reviewing the Credibility Principles. Read more information on the review objectives, process and opportunities to participate and take part by filling in the survey in English, Chinese, Portuguese or Spanish by 11 October 2019. The survey may take up to 30 minutes to complete.