ICCR No fees initiative

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Interfaith Centre on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR)
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‘No Fees’ initiative, designed to ensure workers are not forced to pay for employment.

The Interfaith Centre on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR), with the support of a grant from Humanity United, has launched the ‘No Fees’ initiative, a program designed to ultimately lead companies to create robust management systems which will ensure that workers in their immediate and extended supply chains are not forced to pay for employment.

This engages a number of major brands and retailers to create substantive policies on ethical labour recruitment. The goal of the program is to influence companies to create robust management systems to ensure that workers in their immediate and extended supply chains are not forced to pay for employment. The ‘No Fees’ initiative initially focused on promoting ethical recruitment in palm oil and seafood sourcing, and has now scaled up to include companies in the electronics, apparel, and extractives sectors.


Significance for seafood businesses: 

Not seafood-specific. This is support for the fair recruitment of workers generally.


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