ISEAL is seeking a consultant to put together a summary of the main critiques and recommendations for improvement that NGOs/civil society organisations have made about sustainability standards and certification schemes (or similar multistakeholder initiatives that are using market-based approaches to drive sustainability impacts). This research will serve as an input to ISEAL’s revision and integration of our Codes of Good Practice, helping us to better reflect the priorities of this stakeholder group.
Use this template to complete your Compliance Checklist for the ISEAL Assurance Code of Good Practice Version 2.0
Use this template to complete your Compliance Checklist for the ISEAL Standard-Setting Code of Good Practice Version 6.0
Use this template to complete your Compliance Checklist for the ISEAL Impacts Code of Good Practice Version 2.0
In 2019, ISEAL carried out a review of the Standard-Setting and Impacts Codes. Through the review, ISEAL gathered information regarding the usability of the Codes, their effectiveness in delivering against their objectives, as well as their scope and objectives. This document details the activities carried out as part of the review and the findings.
The framework can help sustainability standards and other sustainability initiatives navigate the types and intensity of collaboration and interoperability using the metals, minerals and mining sectors as examples.
ISEAL’s revised Code of Good Practice aims to support sustainability systems to achieve the impact they want – and we want to hear what you think.
This infographic illustrates how certified commodities have lower external costs benefiting farmers, the environment and society.
This document describes the requirements Accreditation Organisations need to meet to be ISEAL Accreditation Members.
The latest version (version 2, published in February 2018) of the Code of Good Practice for Assuring Compliance with Social and Environmental Standards.
This document outlines the requirements ISEAL standard-setting community members need to fulfil to reach Code Compliant status.
This is the latest version (version 4, December 2015) of the procedure describing the development and revision process for ISEAL's Codes of Good Practice.
ISEAL is seeking qualified individuals to join the ISEAL Code of Good Practice Steering Group. Successful candidates will support ISEAL’s mission and values, have experience with ISEAL’s credibility tools, and represent a diversity of stakeholders in various geographies. The Steering Group Terms of Reference set out the role and responsibilities of Steering Group members.