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Forced labour is endemic in global supply chains. The International Labour Organisation (ILO) estimates that of the 40.3 million victims of modern…
Posted on 12th October 2018
As urgency around sustainable production and mitigating climate change grows, so does the need for voluntary standards systems to innovate—so they…
Posted on 11th October 2018
Global Infrastructure Basel (GIB) has become the latest associate member of ISEAL and is recognised for its adoption of credible practices and…
Posted on 10th October 2018
 Since the launch of the Sustainable Development Goals in 2016 there’s been a steady growth in shared interests across the private sector’s…
Posted on 9th October 2018
Achieving gender equality and empowering women and girls is the focus of UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 5, but it is also integral to…
Posted on 8th August 2018
ISEAL has been working with standards and sustainability initiatives in the metals, minerals and mining (MMM) sectors to understand how MMM standards…
Posted on 27th July 2018
Landscape and jurisdictional approaches introduce alternative strategies to achieve sustainable practices at scale. If all products from a region…
Posted on 25th July 2018
The sustainability landscape is rapidly shifting, leading to a diversification of sustainability tools and approaches, as well as an evolution of…
Posted on 23rd July 2018
According to the International Labour Organisation (ILO), at any given time in 2016, an estimated 40.3 million people were in modern slavery and one…
Posted on 19th July 2018
This year, ISEAL headed into the field to talk to certified small producers about the issues they face, their expectations of certification and their…
Posted on 9th July 2018