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Alliance 8.7
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Alliance 8.7 is a global partnership that provides strategic coordination towards the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal Target 8.7 against forced labour, modern slavery, human trafficking and child labour.
Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking (ATEST)
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking (ATEST) is a U.S. based coalition that advocates for solutions to prevent and end all forms of human trafficking and modern slavery around the world.
Anti-Human Trafficking and your Supply Chain (ebook and scoping guide)
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
This ebook provides an overview of various global laws regarding human trafficking, providing actionable steps companies can take to meet regulatory requirements and mitigate risk.
Anti-Slavery International
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Anti-Slavery International is the world's oldest international human rights organisation and the only charity in the United Kingdom to work exclusively against slavery.
Apostleship of the Sea (AoS)
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • At sea
The Apostleship of the Sea (AoS) serves seafarers from across the world. AoS will step up its support for fishermen this year as efforts to crack down on fishing industry exploitation continue.
Apprise smartphone app
Type of Resource
  • Toolkits and Training
Location
  • Thailand
Sector
  • At sea
Apprise is a smartphone app that helps NGOs and authorities identify potential victims of exploitation/trafficking during investigations and rescue operations.
Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC)
Type of Resource
  • Standard/Certification Scheme
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Aquaculture
  • Processing
The Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) is an independent, international non-profit organisation that has developed a certification programme for responsible aquaculture.
Assessment of ethical issues in seafood supply chains
Type of Resource
  • Risk Assessment
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
In March 2015 Seafish commissioned a study to assess the ethical issues impacting on seafood species landed into, and imported to the UK.
Business & Human Rights Resource Centre (BHRRC)
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Business and Human Rights Resource Centre works to build corporate transparency, strengthen corporate accountability, and empower advocates.
Business for Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI)
Type of Resource
  • Codes
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) is a leading supply chain management system to support companies in social compliance and improvements.
Business Leaders Initiative on Human Rights
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
A Guide for Integrating Human Rights into Business Management.
California Transparency in Supply Chains Act
Type of Resource
  • Regulation
Location
  • USA
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act requires certain companies to report on their specific actions to eradicate slavery and human trafficking in their supply chains.
Catcher to counter campaign
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
From catcher to counter is a joint programme between the International Transport Workers Federation (ITF) and the International Union of Food Workers (IUF). Its objective is to tackle the illegal fishing and lack of regulation rife in the sector today.
CGF Business Actions Against Forced Labour booklet
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) are actively promoting responsible business actions to help eradicate forced labour in global supply chains. One of the ways in which this is achieved is through tools such as the Business Actions Against Forced Labour booklet, where members are showcasing best practices on how they are tackling forced labour.
CGF Social Resolution on Forced Labour
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
In January 2016 the Consumer Goods Forum signed a Social Resolution on Forced Labour.
ChainChecked
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
ChainChecked works to support business on the issue of modern slavery to enable business leaders to make changes within their organisation and throughout their supply chains towards ethical labour standards.
Clearview Global Labour Provider Certification Scheme
Type of Resource
  • Standard/Certification Scheme
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
  • Recruitment
Clearview is a global social compliance certification scheme for labour providers. Clearview certification enables labour providers to demonstrate to existing and potential clients that they operate responsibly, professionally, legally and ethically in their sourcing and supply of workers.
CLT EnviroLaw
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • Supply Chain
CLT EnviroLaw is a niche sustainability, business and human rights consultancy that has published a free 10 step guide on meeting the requirements of the Modern Slavery Act.
Code of Practice (voluntary) for employment of non-EEA fishing crew
Type of Resource
  • Codes
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • At sea
A voluntary Code of Practice for the employment of Non-European Economic Area (EEA) fishing crew on UK fishing vessels.
Common Vision for Sustainable Seafood
Type of Resource
  • Toolkits and Training
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
A Common Vision for Sustainable Seafood details six steps businesses can take to develop and implement sustainable seafood commitments that improve the health of ocean ecosystems and protect our long-term seafood supply.
ComplyChain: Business Tools for Labor Compliance in Global Supply Chains app
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Comply Chain: Business Tools for Labor Compliance in Global Supply Chains app provides practical, step-by-step guidance on eight critical elements of social compliance
Conducting an Effective Human Rights Impact Assessment
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Conducting an Effective Human Rights Impact Assessment (HRIA) report is intended to capture lessons learned and share eight guidelines for conducting effective Human Rights Impact Assessments.
Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions connects leading conservation groups that work with businesses representing over 80% of the North American grocery and food-service markets.
Consumer Goods Forum
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Consumer Goods Forum have been long committed to promoting decent working conditions worldwide but recognise that the eradication of forced labour remains a key challenge. They are working to drive global collaboration between retailers and manufacturers and thereby address forced labour.
Criminal Finances Act
Type of Resource
  • Regulation
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The United Kingdom Criminal Finances Act (CFA) came into force on 30 September 2017. It enhances the ability of law enforcement officers to freeze and seize assets alleged to be connected to gross human rights abuses.
CSR Asia
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Asia
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Corporate Social Responsibility in Asia (CSR Asia) is a mission-driven business creating value for clients and partners in Asia by supporting responsible, inclusive and sustainable business.
Eliminating Recruitment and Employment Fees Charged to Workers in Supply Chains Toolkit
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
  • Recruitment
The Eliminating Recruitment and Employment Fees Charged to Workers in Supply Chains Toolkit provides a framework and pragmatic steps to eradicate fee-charging to the worker.
Employment of non local labour in the EU fisheries sector
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Europe
Sector
  • At sea
  • Recruitment
This report presents a collation of existing data on the extent of non-local labour across the EU fisheries sector, including the catching, processing and aquaculture sub-sectors, in order to identify trends of employment between 2008 and 2013 and across a range of scales (EU-wide, Member State and NUTS).
Environmental Justice Foundation
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF) is a UK-based non-profit organisation working internationally to protect the environment and defend human rights abuses and environmental degradation in a variety of fields, including fisheries and shrimp farming.
Ethical Trading Initiative
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) is a leading alliance of companies, trade unions and NGOs that promotes respect for workers' rights around the globe.
ETI Base Code
Type of Resource
  • Codes
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The ETI Base Code is founded on the conventions of the International Labour Organization (ILO) and is an internationally recognised Code of Labour Practice.
EU Non-Financial Reporting disclosure (EU NFR)
Type of Resource
  • Regulation
Location
  • Europe
Sector
  • Supply Chain
EU Directive 2014/95/ covering the disclosure of non-financial and diversity information by certain large undertakings and groups.
European guide for risk prevention in small fishing vessels
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • At sea
This guide is designed to prevent risk for small fishing vessels and those working on them.
Fair Hiring Toolkit
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
  • Recruitment
Verité Fair Hiring Toolkit offers tools, guidance, and approaches to support the responsible recruitment and hiring of migrant workers in global supply chains.
Fair Trade USA
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Wild capture
Fair Trade USA is a non-profit organisation that promotes sustainable livelihoods for farmers, workers, and fishermen; protects fragile ecosystems; and builds strong, transparent supply chains through independent, third-party certification.
Fair Trade USA Capture Fisheries program
Type of Resource
  • Standard/Certification Scheme
Location
  • USA
Sector
  • Wild capture
Fair Trade USA, a non-profit organisation, is the leading third-party certifier of Fair Trade products in the United States.
Fairfood International
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Asia
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Fairfood International is an international campaigning and lobbying organisation with a mission to improve the socio-economic conditions of vulnerable people in the global food system and to promote the sustainable use of natural resources.
FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries
Type of Resource
  • Codes
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • At sea
  • Wild capture
FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries recognises the nutritional, economic, social, environmental and cultural importance of fisheries and the interests of all those concerned with the fishery sector.
Fishermen's Mission
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • At sea
The Fishermen’s Mission is a UK-based fishermen’s charity that provides emergency support alongside practical, financial, spiritual and emotional care.
Fishers First - Good practices to end labour exploitation at sea
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • At sea
  • Recruitment
The Fishers First report focuses on good practices and innovative interventions to improve labour conditions and protect vulnerable workers in the fisheries sector.
Fishers’ Rights Network (FRN)
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Asia
Sector
  • At sea
The Fishers’ Rights Network (FRN) has been launched in Thailand to combat the abuse and exploitation of fishermen, most of whom are Cambodian and Myanmar migrants.
Fishing & Living initiative
Type of Resource
  • Supply Chain Collaboration
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Wild capture
The Fishing & Living initiative strives to promote sustainable fisheries through improved fishing practices; and provide enhanced living conditions for the communities engaged in the industry.
FishWise
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
FishWise is a non-profit conservation organisation that promotes the health and recovery of ocean ecosystems by providing innovative market-based tools to the seafood industry.
Focus on Labour Exploitation (FLEX)
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Focus on Labour Exploitation (FLEX) works to end human trafficking for labour exploitation. To achieve this, FLEX works to prevent labour abuses, protect the rights of trafficked persons and promote best practice responses to human trafficking for labour exploitation by undertaking research, advocacy and by building awareness in this field.
Food Network for Ethical Trade (FNET)
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Food Network for Ethical Trade (FNET) was launched on 27 June 2017 with the goal of establishing a common approach to managing ethical trade in food supply chains, responding to the requirements of the Modern Slavery Act and in line with the UNGPs.
Forced Labor Risk Determination & Mitigation (FRDM)
Type of Resource
  • Risk Assessment
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Forced Labor Risk Determination & Mitigation (FRDM) is a revolutionary new business intelligence tool that gives companies data about the risk of forced labour in their supply chain and provides strategies for addressing it.
Framework for Social Responsibility in the Seafood Sector
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
  • Risk Assessment
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Framework for Social Responsibility to help the seafood industry define social responsibility in the seafood sector.
Freedom Fund
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Asia
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Freedom Fund is a philanthropic initiative designed to bring much-needed financial resources and strategic focus to the fight against modern slavery.
Friend of the Sea
Type of Resource
  • Standard/Certification Scheme
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Wild capture
  • Aquaculture
  • Processing
  • Fishmeal
Friend of the Sea is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation and a leading international certification project for products originated from both sustainable fisheries and aquaculture.
Global Aquaculture Alliance Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP)
Type of Resource
  • Standard/Certification Scheme
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Aquaculture
  • Processing
The Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) is an international, non-profit organisation committed to feeding the world through responsible, sustainable aquaculture. GAA works to improve practices and increase output across the entire aquaculture production chain.
Global Freedom Network
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Global Freedom Network unites faith leaders from around the world to end modern slavery.
Global Slavery Index
Type of Resource
  • Risk Assessment
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Global Slavery Index provides a map, country by country, of the estimated prevalence of modern slavery, together with information about the steps each government has taken to respond to this issue.
Global Social Compliance Programme (GSCP)
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Global Social Compliance Programme (GSCP) is a business-driven, open-source platform working towards and promoting the harmonisation of efforts for the improvement of working and environmental conditions in global supply chains.
Global Sustainable Seafood Initiative (GSSI)
Type of Resource
  • Audit/Benchmark/Register
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Global Sustainable Seafood Initiative (GSSI) has created a Global Benchmark Tool for the environmental aspects of seafood certification schemes.
GlobalG.A.P.
Type of Resource
  • Standard/Certification Scheme
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Aquaculture
  • Processing
GLOBALG.A.P. is a world leading farm assurance program, translating consumer requirements into Good Agricultural Practice worldwide. The standard covers crops, livestock and aquaculture.
Greenpeace
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Wild capture
  • Aquaculture
Greenpeace is working in alliance with human rights, labour and environmental groups to ensure that seafood is caught, farmed and processed in ways that are not harmful to the environment or to workers.
Guidance Tool for Companies: Doing Business with Respect for Human Rights
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Guidance Tool for Companies: Doing Business with Respect for Human Rights offers practical advice, experiences and insights to help companies respect human rights.
Guide to Human Rights Impact Assessment and Management (HRIAM)
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Guide to Human Rights Impact Assessment and Management (HRIAM) interactive online tool is designed to provide companies with guidance on how to assess and manage human rights risks and impacts of their business activities.
Guide to Tackling Modern Slavery in Supply Chains
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Tackling Modern Slavery in Supply Chains: A Guide outlines step-by-step what companies can and must do to eliminate slavery from their business. The guide provides practical guidance and tools that businesses, governments, organisations and non-profits can start implementing immediately.
Guide: How to Develop a Human Rights Policy
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
A Guide for Business: How to Develop a Human Rights Policy seeks to outline why companies should respect human rights, the principal reasons for adopting a human rights policy, its key components and the best-practice processes to develop one.
Human Rights at Sea (HRAS)
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • At sea
Human Rights at Sea (HRAS), an independent maritime human rights charity, was launched on 3 April 2014 to raise awareness, implementation and accountability of human rights provisions throughout the maritime environment.
Human Rights Impact Assessment Guidance and Toolbox
Type of Resource
  • Toolkits and Training
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Human Rights Impact Assessment Guidance and Toolbox for conducting, commissioning, reviewing or monitoring human rights impact assessments of business projects and activities.
Human Rights Risk Assessment (HRAI)
Type of Resource
  • Toolkits and Training
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Human Rights Risk Assessment (HRAI) is a process for systematically identifying, predicting and responding to the potential human rights impacts of a business operation, capital project, government policy, or trade agreement.
Humanity United
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Humanity United is a foundation committed to building peace and advancing human freedom.
ICCR Best Practice Guidance on Recruitment of Migrant Workers
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
  • Recruitment
The Interfaith Centre on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) latest report, Best Practice Guidance on Recruitment of Migrant Workers, brings to light emerging good practice from some well-known multi-national brands including Coca-Cola and Princes Tuna.
ICCR No fees initiative
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
  • Recruitment
The ICCR No fees initiative is 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.
IFFO RS Scheme
Type of Resource
  • Standard/Certification Scheme
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Fishmeal
The Marine Ingredients Organisation (IFFO) Global Standard and Certification Programme for the Responsible Supply of Fishmeal and Fish Oil.
ILO Combating the Worst Forms of Child Labour in Shrimp and Seafood Processing Areas in Thailand
Type of Resource
  • Supply Chain Collaboration
Location
  • Thailand
Sector
  • Processing
The ILO Processing programme aims to combat the Worst Forms of Child Labour in Shrimp and Seafood Processing Areas in Thailand.
ILO Combatting Unacceptable Forms of Work in the Thai Fishing and Seafood Industry (Ship to Shore Rights Project)
Type of Resource
  • Supply Chain Collaboration
Location
  • Thailand
Sector
  • Supply Chain
ILO Combatting Unacceptable Forms of Work in the Thai Fishing and Seafood Industry (Ship to Shore Rights Project) aims to prevent and reduce forced labour, child labour and other unacceptable forms of work, and progressively eliminate the exploitation of workers, particularly migrant workers, in the Thai fishing and seafood processing sectors.
ILO Conventions and Recommendations
Type of Resource
  • Regulation
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The International Labour Organization framework of international labour standards on social minimum standards to ensure a level playing field in the global economy.
ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work commits Member States to respect and promote principles and rights whether or not they have ratified the relevant Conventions.
ILO Good Labour Practices (GLP) Programme
Type of Resource
  • Codes
Location
  • Thailand
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The ILO Good Labour Practices (GLP) programme addresses child labour and forced labour in the Thai fisheries industry.
ILO Handbook for Employers and Business: Combating forced labour
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
ILO Handbook for Employers and Business: Combating Forced Labour provides guidance material and tools for employers and business to strengthen their capacity to address the risk of forced labour and human trafficking in their own operations and in global supply chains.
ILO International Labour Standards on migrant workers' rights: Guide for policymakers and practitioners in Asia and the Pacific
Type of Resource
  • Codes
Location
  • Asia
Sector
  • Supply Chain
ILO International Labour Standards on migrant workers' rights: Guide for policymakers and practitioners in Asia and the Pacific.
ILO Operational Indicators of trafficking in human beings
Type of Resource
  • Indicators
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
ILO Operational Indicators of trafficking in human beings relating to deceptive and coercive recruitment, abuse of vulnerability, and exploitative conditions of work.
ILO Special Action Programme Indicators of forced labour
Type of Resource
  • Indicators
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The ILO Indicators of forced labour are intended to help anyone involved in enforcement identify persons who are possibly trapped in a forced labour situation, and who may require urgent assistance.
ILO Work in Fishing Convention (2007) C188
Type of Resource
  • Regulation
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • At sea
The ILO Work in Fishing Convention 188 aims to ensure that all fishers have decent conditions of work on board fishing vessels which meet minimum requirements.
ILO: Fair recruitment general principles and operational guidelines
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
  • Recruitment
The objective of these general principles and operational guidelines for fair recruitment is to inform the current and future work of the ILO and of other organisations, national legislatures, and the social partners on promoting and ensuring fair recruitment.
ILO: Fair Recruitment Initiative
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
  • Recruitment
The International Labour Organization (ILO) has launched a global Fair Recruitment Initiative (ILO-FAIR) to help prevent human trafficking, to protect the rights of workers, including migrant workers, from abusive and fraudulent practices during the recruitment and placement process, and to reduce the cost of labour migration and enhance development gains.
Immigration Act 2016
Type of Resource
  • Regulation
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Immigration Act will introduce new sanctions on illegal working, prevents illegal migrants accessing services and introduce new measures to enforce immigration laws.
Institute for Human Rights & Business (IHRB)
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
  • Recruitment
The Institute for Human Rights & Business (IHRB) is the leading international think tank on business and human rights.
Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR)
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
  • Recruitment
The Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR), a coalition of 300 member organizations comprised of faith communities, socially responsible asset managers, unions, pensions, NGOs and other socially responsible investors, has identified the eradication of modern slavery as a top priority.
International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF)
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Wild capture
  • Aquaculture
The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF) is an international non-governmental organisation that works towards the establishment of equitable, gender-just, self-reliant and sustainable fisheries, particularly in the small-scale, artisanal sector.
International Conference on Labour Exploitation in the Fishing Sector in the Atlantic Region
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • At sea
On 25-26 November 2016, the ILO convened, in Olso, Norway, an international conference to discuss good practices and innovative interventions to tackle labour exploitation in the fishing sector, and to explore the responsibilities of flag States, coastal States, port States and fishers’ national States.
International Justice Mission
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The International Justice Mission (IJM) is an international, Christian non-governmental organisation focused on human rights, law and law enforcement.
International Labor Rights Forum (ILRF)
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
ILRF works with allies and networks around the world (labour unions, consumer activists, religious and community-based organisations, human rights organisations, and student groups) to demand dignity and justice for workers.
International Labour Organization
Type of Resource
  • IGO
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The International Labour Organization (ILO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations.
International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF)
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • At sea
The International Transport Workers' Federation is an international trade union federation of transport workers' unions. Fishers (and the fisheries sector in general) are becoming an important part of the ITF’s activities.
INTERPOL Project Scale
Type of Resource
  • Risk Assessment
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • At sea
Project Scale is an INTERPOL project to support member countries in identifying, deterring and disrupting transnational fisheries crime.
Investigating requirements for social sustainability in the value chain for wild fish
Type of Resource
  • Audit/Benchmark/Register
Location
  • Europe
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Norwegian Seafood Research Fund (FHF) has been asked by the industry to identify standards for social sustainability and to evaluate whether customers in the seafood market require documentation of social sustainability.
Issara Institute
Type of Resource
  • Supply Chain Collaboration
Location
  • Thailand
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Issara Institute is an independent NGO not-for-profit corporation based in Thailand tackling issues of trafficking and forced labour through data, technology, partnership, and innovation.
Issara Institute focus on recruitment
Type of Resource
  • Supply Chain Collaboration
Location
  • Asia
  • Thailand
Sector
  • Recruitment
The Issara Institute is an independent NGO not-for-profit corporation based in Thailand tackling issues of trafficking and forced labour through data, technology, partnership, and innovation. As part of its Labour Monitoring (ILM) work the Issara Institute has a strong focus on recruitment.
ITUC Global Rights Index 2017
Type of Resource
  • Risk Assessment
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The ITUC Global Rights Index 2017 provides an insight into workers’ rights violations around the world. It covers internationally recognised core labour standards, specifically civil rights, the right to bargain collectively, the right to strike, the right to associate freely and access to due process rights.
KnowTheChain
Type of Resource
  • Audit/Benchmark/Register
Location
  • USA
Sector
  • Supply Chain
In 2010, California enacted the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (SB-657). The Act requires certain businesses to disclose the efforts they are making, if any, to eradicate human trafficking and slavery from their supply chains. From 2013 to 2015, KnowTheChain sourced information about corporate compliance with SB-657.
Labor Rights Promotion Network (LPN)
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Labor Rights Promotion Network (LPN) is a grassroots organisation founded in 2006 to promote the integration of migrant workers and their families into Thai society.
Labor Safe Screen
Type of Resource
  • Risk Assessment
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Labor Safe Screen is a software for companies, so they can identify risks of unsafe labour in the supply chain. This is a diagnostic program offering evidence for ethical sourcing.
Leadership Group for Responsible Recruitment
Type of Resource
  • Supply Chain Collaboration
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
  • Recruitment
The Coca-Cola Company, HP Inc., Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IKEA and Unilever launched the Leadership Group for Responsible Recruitment in May 2016 focused on promoting ethical recruitment and combating the exploitation of migrant workers in global supply chains across industries.
Legatum Foundation
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Legatum Foundation has a sector-based approach to granting and to developing a set of origination, due diligence, evaluation and reporting tools.
Liberty Asia
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Liberty Asia aims to prevent human trafficking through: strategic research; capture and application of information and data; legal advocacy; technological interventions; and strategic collaborations with NGOs, corporations, and financial institutions.
List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor
Type of Resource
  • Risk Assessment
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The International Bureau of Labor Affairs (ILAB) produces a list of goods and their source countries which it has reason to believe are produced by child labour or forced labour in violation of international standards.
Made in a Free World
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Made in a Free World have a range of tools to addresses slavery in general and slavery in the seafood sector.
Marine Guidance Note
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • At sea
A Marine Guidance note that raises awareness of the Voluntary Code of Practice for the Employment of Non-European Economic Area (EAA).
Marine Stewardship Council
Type of Resource
  • Standard/Certification Scheme
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Wild capture
The Marine Stewardship Council is an international non-profit organisation which has set credible standards, epitomised with the blue tick logo, for sustainable fishing and supply chain traceability.
Migrant Rights Centre Ireland (MRCI)
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Migrant Rights Centre Ireland (MRCI) is a national organisation working to promote justice, empowerment and equality for migrants and their families.
Migrant Worker Management Toolkit
Type of Resource
  • Toolkits and Training
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Migrant Worker Management Toolkit: A Global Framework for Managing Workers and Protecting Rights provides guidance on how to better manage migrant worker issues, from managing risks to better protecting migrant workers' rights.
Migrant Workers Rights Network
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Asia
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Migrant Workers Rights Network (MWRN) is a membership based organisation for migrant workers from Myanmar residing and working mainly in Thailand.
Mission to Seafarers
Type of Resource
Location
Sector
The Mission to Seafarer’s professional and voluntary teams of chaplains, ship-visitors and counsellors provide a global network of care and support.
Modern Slavery Act 2015
Type of Resource
  • Regulation
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Modern Slavery Act gives law enforcement the tools to fight modern slavery, ensure perpetrators receive suitably severe punishments and enhance support and protection for victims.
Modern Slavery Index 2017 (MSI)
Type of Resource
  • Risk Assessment
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Modern Slavery Index 2017 (MSI) assesses the risk to business of exposure to practices of slavery, servitude, trafficking in persons and forced labour. This annual study is produced by global risk consultancy Verisk Maplecroft.
Monterey Bay Aquarium
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The non-profit Monterey Bay Aquarium (MBA) aims to inspire conservation of the ocean. The MBA Seafood Watch Programme is a globally respected source of science-based recommendations for sustainable seafood from wild-caught and farmed sources.
Naturland
Type of Resource
  • Standard/Certification Scheme
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Wild capture
  • Aquaculture
Naturland is a German-based organic farming association with standards for organic aquaculture and wild-capture fish.
NEXUS Institute
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The NEXUS Institute is an independent international human rights research and policy centre, dedicated to ending human trafficking as well as other abuses and offenses that intersect with human rights and international criminal law.
One Earth Future
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • At sea
One Earth Future (OEF) Foundation is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation founded in 2007 with a vision of developing effective, multi-stakeholder systems of governance to achieve a world beyond war, or 'Peace Through Governance'.
Oxfam International
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Oxfam is an international confederation of 20 NGOs working with partners in over 90 countries to end the injustices that cause poverty.
Oxfam Novib
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Oxfam Novib is a world-wide development organisation that mobilises the power of people against poverty. Around the globe, they work to find practical, innovative ways for people to lift themselves out of poverty and thrive.
PAS 1550:2017 Exercising due diligence in establishing the legal origin of seafood products & marine ingredients
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • UK
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
PAS 1550:2017 Exercising due diligence in establishing the legal origin of seafood products and marine ingredients – importing and processing. As a Code of Practice, this PAS takes the form of guidance and recommendations.
Press articles on ethical issues in seafood supply chains
Type of Resource
  • Risk Assessment
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Various concerns regarding abuses of workers engaged in the seafood industry have steadily attracted more attention from the media and civil society advocacy groups.
Published reports on ethical issues in seafood supply chains
Type of Resource
  • Risk Assessment
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
There are a number of key reports and papers that have monitored and documented human rights issues in the seafood sector.
Recruitment Advisor
Type of Resource
  • Toolkits and Training
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Recruitment Advisor is a new global online platform aiming to prevent migrant workers falling victim to exploitative and rogue recruitment agencies by providing a forum for peer-to-peer ratings and reviews.
Responsible Fishing Scheme (RFS)
Type of Resource
  • Standard/Certification Scheme
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • At sea
The Seafish Responsible Fishing Scheme (RFS) is a voluntary vessel based programme certifying high standards of crew welfare and responsible catching practices on fishing vessels.
Responsible Recruitment Toolkit
Type of Resource
  • Toolkits and Training
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Recruitment
  • Supply Chain
The Responsible Recruitment Toolkit is a practical toolkit for all businesses committed to recruiting responsibly.
Responsible Recruitment Toolkit
Type of Resource
  • Toolkits and Training
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Recruitment
  • Supply Chain
The Responsible Recruitment Toolkit is a practical toolkit for all businesses committed to recruiting responsibly.
Ropes & Gray consulting
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Ropes & Gray is a leading supply chain compliance and corporate social responsibility practice.
Safety Folder
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • At sea
The Safety Folder is a service for the fishing industry to support safer fishing practices. It is provided for free for all and is managed by a committee of users and fishing organisations who develop the service to best suit the industry.
Sea Change program
Type of Resource
  • Supply Chain Collaboration
Location
  • Thailand
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Thai Union's Sea Change program is a corporate strategy designed to promote environmental and social sustainability within the company's supply chains.
Seafish
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The UK-based Sea Fish Industry Authority (Seafish) is supporting the seafood industry to achieve the ultimate goal of eliminating unethical practices from UK seafood supply chains.
Seafish briefing: Working on UK fishing vessels
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • At sea
Seafish briefing note: Working on UK fishing vessels: the legal framework and support for fishers.
Seafish Guidance on writing a Modern Slavery Statement
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Seafish Guidance on writing a seafood-specific Modern Slavery Statement.
Seafood Alliance for Legality and Traceability (SALT)
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Seafood Alliance for Legality and Traceability (SALT) is a collaboration between FishWise, USAID, and the Walton, Moore, and Packard Foundations to fight illegal fishing through improved traceability.
Seafood Ethics Action Alliance (SEAA)
Type of Resource
  • Supply Chain Collaboration
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Seafood Ethics Action Alliance (SEAA) has been established by the UK seafood industry to provide a platform for collective engagement, to share information on emerging issues, agree best practice solutions, and provide a forum for collective pre-competitive action where it is not better fulfilled by an existing organisation.
Seafood Ethics Common Language Group
Type of Resource
  • Supply Chain Collaboration
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Seafish has facilitated the formation of a Seafood Ethics Common Language Group. This group has brought together key stakeholders to establish a common understanding of ethical issues and agree on future action.
Seafood Slavery Risk Tool (SSRT)
Type of Resource
  • Risk Assessment
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
  • Wild capture
The Seafood Slavery Risk Tool, a web-based tool to help businesses assess the potential risk of forced labour, human trafficking, and hazardous child labour in fisheries has been developed by the Monterey Bay Aquarium, Liberty Asia and the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership. It produces a rating indicating the likelihood that human rights violations are occurring on fishing boats in a specific fishery.
Seafood Task Force
Type of Resource
  • Supply Chain Collaboration
Location
  • Thailand
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Seafood Task Force is a group of seafood processors, feed producers, buyers, retailers, government representatives and NGOs who have come together to address issues surrounding labour and illegal fishing in seafood supply chains currently focusing on the seas around Thailand.
Sedex Guidance on Operational Practice and Indicators of Forced Labour
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
  • Risk Assessment
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Sedex Guidance on Operational Practice and Indicators of Forced Labour provides guidance on how to spot the signs of actual, likely or possible cases of forced labour for both auditors and audit readers. It proposes a list of indicators, based on operational practice, which either independently or in various combinations, can increase the risk of forced labour through a worker’s employment cycle.
Slave Free Seas
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • At sea
Slave Free Seas is a non-governmental organisation based in Tauranga, New Zealand with a specific focus on slavery at sea.
Slavery & Trafficking Risk Template (STRT)
Type of Resource
  • Toolkits and Training
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Slavery & Trafficking Risk Template (STRT) is a free, open-source industry standard template used to assist companies in their efforts to comply with human trafficking and modern slavery legislation and improve their supply chain-related public disclosures.
Social Accountability Guidelines For Purse Seine Tuna Fishing Vessels
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • At sea
Social Accountability Guidelines For Purse Seine Tuna Fishing Vessels involved in its MSC certified sustainable tuna fishery. The new guidelines from Pacifical (a global tuna marketing company) cover over 300 industrial fishing and transport vessels from more than 10 different nations, working in one of world’s most complex and extensive seafood supply chains.
Social Accountability International SA8000 Standard
Type of Resource
  • Standard/Certification Scheme
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Social Accountability International SA8000 is a voluntary standard for auditable third-party verification, setting out the requirements to be met by organisations. It includes workers’ rights, workplace conditions and an effective management system.
Social Responsibility Alliance (SRA)
Type of Resource
  • Toolkits and Training
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Social Responsibility Alliance (SRA) is an initiative focused on providing companies with the open-source tools, resources, and support they need to build socially responsible supply chains through the collection of responsible sourcing data.
Solidaridad Network
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Solidaridad Network builds sustainable supply of 13 commodities by bringing together supply chain actors and engaging them in innovative solutions to improve production.
Solidarity Center
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Solidarity Center is an international non-profit allied organisation of the American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) established to provide assistance to workers around the world.
Stop the Traffik
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Stop the Traffik, in partnership with Finance Against Trafficking, offers bespoke courses and global supply chain risk mapping.
Stop the Traffik Australia
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Stop the Traffik Australia is a coalition of member organisations fighting against modern slavery and human trafficking.
Stronger Together
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Stronger Together is a multi-stakeholder collaborative initiative whose purpose is to support businesses to tackle modern slavery in supply chains.
Stronger Together Toolkit for tackling modern slavery in global supply chains. Step 1. Commit.
Type of Resource
  • Toolkits and Training
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Stronger Together Toolkit for tackling modern slavery in global supply chains. Step 1. Commit. Pages 15 – 18.
Stronger Together Toolkit for tackling modern slavery in global supply chains. Step 2. Assess.
Type of Resource
  • Toolkits and Training
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Stronger Together Toolkit for tackling modern slavery in global supply chains. Step 2. Assess. Pages 19 – 20.
Stronger Together Toolkit for tackling modern slavery in global supply chains. Step 3. Act.
Type of Resource
  • Toolkits and Training
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Stronger Together Toolkit for tackling modern slavery in global supply chains. Step 3. Act. Pages 21 – 22.
Stronger Together Toolkit for tackling modern slavery in global supply chains. Step 4. Remedy.
Type of Resource
  • Toolkits and Training
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Stronger Together Toolkit for tackling modern slavery in global supply chains. Step 4. Remedy. Pages 23 – 24.
Stronger Together Toolkit for tackling modern slavery in global supply chains. Step 5. Monitor.
Type of Resource
  • Toolkits and Training
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Stronger Together Toolkit for tackling modern slavery in global supply chains. Step 5. Monitor. Page 25.
Stronger Together Toolkit for tackling modern slavery in global supply chains. Step 6. Communicate.
Type of Resource
  • Toolkits and Training
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Stronger Together Toolkit for tackling modern slavery in global supply chains. Step 6. Communicate. Page 26.
Supplier Ethical Data Exchange (SEDEX)
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Sedex, the Supplier Ethical Data Exchange, is a not for profit membership organisation dedicated to driving improvements in responsible and ethical business practices in global supply chains.
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Sustainable Development Goals are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity.
Sustainable Fisheries Partnership
Type of Resource
  • Risk Assessment
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP) is a business-focused NGO working to create information tools and methodology to allow companies to directly engage with seafood suppliers.
Sustainable Supply Chain Initiative (SSCI)
Type of Resource
  • Audit/Benchmark/Register
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Sustainable Supply Chain Initiative will provide buyers and suppliers with clear guidance on which third-party auditing and certification schemes cover key sustainability requirements and apply robust verification practices.
The International Pole and Line Foundation (IPNLF)
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Wild capture
The International Pole and Line Foundation (IPNLF) works to develop, support, and promote socially and environmentally responsible pole-and-line and handline tuna fisheries around the world.
The Mekong Club
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Asia
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Mekong Club uses a ‘business-to-business’ approach to fight slavery. Bridging the gap between the public and private sectors, the Mekong Club helps companies of all sizes to understand the complexities of human trafficking and to reduce their vulnerability within their supply chains.
The State of Sustainability Initiatives Review
Type of Resource
  • Audit/Benchmark/Register
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The State of Sustainability Initiatives Review: Standards and the Blue Economy report covers nine key voluntary sustainability standards operating at the global level in the capture fisheries and aquaculture sectors.
tiscreport.org
Type of Resource
  • Audit/Benchmark/Register
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • Supply Chain
tiscreport.org is an open data initiative which meets the compliance requirements of section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
Trade Facilitation and Enforcement Act 2015
Type of Resource
  • Regulation
Location
  • USA
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Trade Facilitation and Enforcement Act 2015 prohibits all products made by forced labour, including forced or indentured child labour, from being imported into the United States.
Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report
Type of Resource
  • Risk Assessment
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report is the U.S. Government’s principal diplomatic tool to engage foreign governments on human trafficking. It is also a comprehensive resource of governmental anti-human trafficking efforts.
Trafficking in Persons in Federal and Corporate Supply Chains
Type of Resource
  • Risk Assessment
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Strengthening Protections Against Trafficking in Persons in Federal and Corporate Supply Chains covering 43 commodities worldwide.
Transparency in Supply Chains Clause (TISC)
Type of Resource
  • Regulation
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • Supply Chain
A Transparency in Supply Chains clause in the UK Modern Slavery Act requires organisations to report on the processes and due diligence taken to ensure that their supply chains are slavery free.
UK Modern Slavery Act Registry
Type of Resource
  • Audit/Benchmark/Register
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is currently maintaining a public track record of companies' statements under the UK Modern Slavery Act.
UK Modern Slavery helpline
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • Supply Chain
UK Modern Slavery Helpline and Resource Centre is providing information, advice and guidance to potential victims, the public, statutory agencies and businesses on all aspects of modern slavery.
UK statutory instrument to implement EU Non-Financial Reporting disclosure (EU NFR)
Type of Resource
  • Regulation
Location
  • UK
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Statutory instrument to implement EU Non-Financial Reporting disclosure (EU NFR) in the UK. Effective 1 January 2017.
UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
Type of Resource
  • IGO
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations is an intergovernmental organisation based in Rome with 194 Member Nations, two associate members and one member organisation and is present in over 130 countries.
UN Global Compact interactive map of anti-trafficking organisations
Type of Resource
  • Supply Chain Collaboration
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Global Business Coalition Against Human Trafficking and partners launch map to help business collaborate with anti-slavery organisations.
UN Global Compact interactive map of anti-trafficking organisations
Type of Resource
  • Supply Chain Collaboration
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Global Business Coalition Against Human Trafficking and partners launch map to help business collaborate with anti-slavery organisations.
UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs)
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights are a set of guidelines for States and companies to prevent, address and remedy human rights abuses committed in business operations.
UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework provides straightforward guidance for companies to report on how they respect human rights.
United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, 1982 (UNCLOS)
Type of Resource
  • Regulation
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • At sea
The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, 1982 (UNCLOS) defines the rights and responsibilities of nations with respect to their use of the world's oceans.
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Universal Declaration of Human Rights sets out fundamental human rights to be universally protected.
USAID Supply Unchained
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
USAID is the lead U.S. Government agency that works to end extreme global poverty and enable resilient, democratic societies to realise their potential.
Verité
Type of Resource
  • Business support
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
Verité is a U.S. based non-profit consulting, training, research, and advocacy organisation that works around the world with companies, workers, and other stakeholders to improve supply chain labour conditions across all sectors of the global economy, including seafood.
Verité Responsible Sourcing Tool
Type of Resource
  • Toolkits and Training
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
There are a number of freely available compliance tools from Verité which can help a seafood business through the process of documenting human rights risks and provide guidance on good practice supply chain management.
Verité Responsible Sourcing Tool: Explore risk
Type of Resource
  • Risk Assessment
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
There are a number of freely available compliance tools from Verité which can help a seafood business explore risk by documenting human rights risks.
Voluntary Guidelines for Securing Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries (SSF)
Type of Resource
  • Guidelines/Guidance
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • At sea
Voluntary Guidelines for Securing Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries in the Context of Food Security and Poverty Eradication.
Walk Free Foundation
Type of Resource
  • NGO/Charity/Trade Union
Location
  • Global
Sector
  • Supply Chain
The Walk Free Foundation’s mission is to end modern slavery in our generation by mobilising a global activist movement, generating the highest quality research, enlisting business and working with government to drive change in those countries and industries bearing the greatest responsibility for slavery today.