Newest Release: 2020/2021 Apparel & Footwear Benchmark Report
Learn more about good practices and industry gaps when it comes to addressing forced labor risks in supply chains.
A resource for companies and investors to address forced labor in global supply chains.
Our benchmarks and practical resources help companies operate more transparently and responsibly, while also informing investor decisions.
The Tyson Foods AGM: an example of how shareholder transparency on voting on social issues matters
The Covid-19 pandemic has seen hundreds of investors publicly urging companies to support workers’ rights ...Read the article
Why ICT Companies Need to Address Forced Labor Risks in Lower Supply Chain Tiers
Our findings show that implementation of supply chain standards often stops at tier 1 – and highlight what needs to change ...Explore ICT supply chains
Responsible Recruitment of Migrant Workers
With a focus on recruitment fees, this briefing examines the commitments 180 high-risk companies make and the steps they take to ensure that migrant workers’ rights are respected.Explore our analysis
2021 Apparel and Footwear Sector Benchmark
KnowTheChain’s third apparel and footwear sector ranking found that the 37 largest global companies fail to stand up for workers who face exploitation and are struggling to survive.2021 Apparel and Footwear Sector Benchmark
Investors representing $5 trillion sign KnowTheChain investor statement on forced labor – other investors should follow suit.Download PDF
Latest News from KnowTheChain
KnowTheChain names Felicitas Weber Project Director and 2020/21 Information and Communication Technology Benchmark launches June 9.Read Article
COVID-19 demonstrates the need to address ESG risks in supply chains
This post originally appeared on Responsible Investor, read the original here. COVID-19 demonstrates the need to address ESG risks in supply chains By Felicitas Weber and Sonal Mahida The widespread impact of the coronavirus pandemic is revealing a significant vulnerability in corporate supply chains — the potential for...Download PDF