April 30, 2018

Labour Day, or International Workers’ Day, has been celebrated on May 1 since the late 19th century. The celebration of Labour Day began in the Haymarket affair, in Chicago in the US in 1886, when workers protested against long working hours and poor working conditions...

March 20, 2018

21st March is not only the start of spring, but is also the United Nations (UN)’s international day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. This day is important because it raises awareness on a kind of discrimination that appears in many parts of everyday life,...

March 7, 2018

On this 8th of March 2018, on International Women’s day, it is important to realize that we are far from gender equality in the fisheries and aquaculture sector. While the aquaculture and fisheries sector has grown in the last decades, the role of women in the fisherie...

October 12, 2017

The year 2015 marked a turning point in the fight against human trafficking in the Thai fishing industry – or so it appeared. A highly mediatized rescue operation of Thai and migrant fishermen in Indonesian waters brought international attention to human trafficking in...

This article was originally published on http://embode.co/news/why-are-childrens-rights-not-other-hu.

By all accounts, children’s rights are the least contested of all human rights.  If you were to walk into a crowded room anywhere in the world and proclaim, ‘All childr...

June 13, 2017

World Day Against Child Labour

Repost from original article written for Cocoa Life

Indonesia is the third-largest cocoa producer in the world after Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana, and a significant sourcing region for Mondelēz International. Embode recently undertook its third...

February 1, 2017

In the field of ethical trade, there are multiple stakeholders. But in the conferences, the trade associations and the alliances, we find one stakeholder who is always seemingly under-represented. And this stakeholder is the worker. Ethical trade concerns itself with t...

January 31, 2017

It’s commonly accepted that there are a range of international legal instruments of relevance to the seafood supply chain. The pressing question for our work is how international law can inform the development of social indicators.

When it comes to extreme, different le...

January 18, 2017

Very often brands and retailers themselves do not own or even work directly with the factories manufacturing the products they sell. Vendors and Sourcing Agents play a crucial role in our global supply chain and work in the middle of the system, maintaining and oversee...

January 6, 2017

This winter has seen several media reporting on slaves used by boats of fisheries in south Asia. Fortunately such cases are not frequently found in more industrial supply chains. Unfortunately, we meet nonetheless forced labor situations in many different locations.

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