In the aim of reducing duplication and sharing information, the GSCP has compiled a list of useful links for existing organisations working on social and/or environmental compliance in supply chains. This listing does not imply endorsement by the GSCP of any of these organisations or their activities.
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2degrees is a business community for driving growth, efficiency and profit through sustainability. More than just a technology platform, news site or network, 2degrees is a managed service for businesses and professionals: a knowledgeable and active sustainable business community.
Since 1995, AccountAbility has been working with corporations, non-profits and governments to embed responsible and sustainable policies and practices into their organizations through research, widely-recognized AA1000 Standards and strategic advisory services. It maintains a global presence with offices in Dubai, Johannesburg, London, New York, Riyadh, Sao Paulo, Washington, D.C., and Zurich.
AIM-PROGRESS is a forum of consumer goods manufacturers and suppliers in the food and grocery sector assembled to enable and promote responsible sourcing practices and sustainable production systems. It aims to improve CSR performance along the supply chain by disseminating responsible sourcing practices, and to drive efficiencies for all companies by sharing non-competitive information on supply chain CSR performance through mutual recognition of audits.
American Chemistry Council (ACC)
The American Chemistry Council's (ACC) is a trade association, representing companies engaged in the business of chemistry. Its mission is to deliver business value through exceptional advocacy using best-in-class member performance, political engagement, communications and scientific research. It is committed to sustainable development by fostering progress in the economy, environment and society. One way we do this is through our Responsible Care program, our commitment to sustainability. This mandatory program goes above and beyond regulation to govern our companies’ commitments to environmental performance, product safety, process safety, community engagement and site security and uses 3rd party certification to ensure compliance.
American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA)
The American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA) is the national trade association representing apparel, footwear and other sewn products companies, and their suppliers, which compete in the global market. AAFA's mission is to promote and enhance its members' competitiveness, productivity and profitability in the global market by minimizing regulatory, legal, commercial, political, and trade restraints.
The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) Global Working Conditions Initiative
The AIAG Global Working Conditions Initiative brings together companies throughout the automotive industry to identify existing issues, explore root causes and create shared solutions. The Initiative has created and is delivering a training and educational program for suppliers and OEMs at both the corporate and factory levels. The goals of the AIAG trainings are to build partnerships between OEMs and the companies throughout their supply chains, jointly identify issues and challenges and develop systemic and sustainable solutions together.
The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI)
BCI has been established to respond to the impacts of cotton cultivation. BCI aims to promote measurable improvements in the key environmental and social impacts of cotton cultivation worldwide to make it more sustainable (economically, environmentally, and socially). BCI endeavours to initiate global change in the mass market, with long-term benefits for the environment, farmers and other people dependent on cotton for their livelihood. 'Better Cotton' is being defined through a collaborative multi-stakeholder approach that leverages the commitment of global buyers of cotton and/or cotton products to demand large and increasing amounts of 'Better Cotton'.
Better Factories (BFC)
BFC is a Cambodia-based programme of the International Labour Organization. It benefits workers, employers and their organisations. It benefits consumers in western countries and helps reduce poverty in one of the poorest nations of the world.
The Better Work Programme
Better Work is a partnership program between the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC). Launched in February 2007, it aims to improve labour standards and competitiveness in global supply chains. Better Work involves the development of both global tools and country level programmes. The focus is on scalable and sustainable solutions which build cooperation between government, employers’ and workers’ organisations and international buyers.
Bonsucro is a global multi-stakeholder non-profit organisation dedicated to help transform the sugarcane industry. Bonsucro aims to improve the social, environmental, and economic sustainability of sugarcane by promoting the use of a global metric standard, with the aim of continuously improving sugarcane production and downstream processing in order to contribute to a more sustainable future.
The Business for Social Responsibility (BSR)
BSR works with its global network of nearly 300 member companies to build a just and sustainable world. From its offices in Asia, Europe, and North and South America, BSR develops sustainable business strategies and solutions through consulting, research, and cross-sector collaboration. For more information about BSR’s more than 20 years of experience in sustainability please visit
The Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI)
Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) is a business-driven initiative for retailers, importers and brand companies committed to improving working conditions in their international supply chain. BSCI unites hundreds of companies around one common Code of Conduct and supports them in their efforts towards building an ethical supply chain by providing them with a step‐by‐step development‐oriented system, applicable to all sectors and all sourcing countries.
CARE is a humanitarian organisation fighting global poverty. Special focus is placed on working alongside poor women because, when equipped with the proper resources, women have the power to help whole families and entire communities escape poverty. Women are at the heart of CARE's community-based efforts to improve basic education, prevent the spread of disease, increase access to clean water and sanitation, expand economic opportunity and protect natural resources. Programmes include – among others – Agriculture and Natural Resources, Economic Development, Education.
The Clean Clothes Campaign (CCC)
CCC is an alliance of organisations in 12 European countries. CCC members include trade unions and NGOs covering a broad spectrum of perspectives and interests, such as women’s rights, consumer advocacy and poverty reduction. The CCC supports garment workers in their efforts to create substantive, sustainable improvements in working conditions. They rely on a partner network of more than 200 organisations and unions in garment-producing countries to identify local problems and objectives and help develop campaign strategies to support workers in achieving their goals. The CCC cooperates with similar labour rights campaigns in the United States, Canada, and Australia.
The Common Code for the Coffee Community (4C)
The 4C Association is based on a voluntary Code of Conduct comprising basic social, environmental and economic practices in coffee production, processing and trading. The 4C Code is designed to trigger a process of continuous improvement towards increasing sustainability.
The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF)
The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) is a global, parity-based industry network, driven by its members. It brings together the CEOs and senior management of over 400 retailers, manufacturers, service providers and other stakeholders across 70 countries and reflects the diversity of the industry in geography, size, product category and format. Forum member companies have combined sales of EUR 2.5 trillion and their retailer and manufacturer members directly employ nearly 10 million people with a further 90 million related jobs estimated along the value chain.
Consumers International (CI)
Consumers International (CI) is the world federation of consumer groups that, working together with its members, serves as an independent and authoritative global voice for consumers. With over 220 member organisations in 115 countries, CI is building a powerful international movement to help protect and empower consumers everywhere. CI is working to put the rights of consumers at the heart of decision-making. Its vision is a world where everyone has access to safe and sustainable goods and services, and where the strength of their collective power is used for the good of consumers throughout the world.
EcoVadis is a collaborative platform allowing companies to assess the environmental and social performance of their suppliers on a global basis. It combines technology and Corporate Social Responsibility expertise to deliver simple and reliable suppliers scorecards, covering 150 purchasing categories and 21 CSR criteria. EcoVadis ratings help businesses reduce risks, drive performance and eco-innovation in their supply chain.
The Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC)
EICC was established in 2004 to promote a common code of conduct for the electronics, and information and communications technology (ICT) industry. EICC now includes more than 40 global ICT companies and their suppliers. The EICC Code of Conduct encourages broad adoption of CSR best practices by all ICT companies and suppliers. The Code of Conduct provides guidelines for performance and compliance with critical CSR policies. EICC provides tools to audit compliance with the code, and helps companies report progress.
Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF)
EJF is a registered charity established to empower people who suffer most from environmental abuses to find peaceful ways of preventing them. EJF provides film and advocacy training to individuals and grassroots organisations in the global south, enabling them to document, expose and create long term solutions to environmental abuses. EJF campaigns internationally to raise awareness of the issues their grassroots partners are working to solve locally.
The Equator Principles
The Equator Principles are a financial industry benchmark for determining, assessing and managing social & environmental risk in project financing.
The Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP)
ETP is a non-commercial and non-competitive alliance of tea packing companies, working to monitor conditions of tea production around the world and to seek, encourage and assist with improvements where needed through capacity-building projects.
The Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI)
ETI is an alliance of companies, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and trade union organisations. Its role is to promote and improve the implementation of corporate codes of practice which cover supply chain working conditions. ETI’s ultimate goal is to ensure that the working conditions of workers producing for the UK market meet or exceed international labour standards.
ETI Norway (IEH)
IEH is a multi-stakeholder initiative involving companies, public sector, employer organisations, trade unions and NGOs. It is a member based skills and resource center and an advocate for ethical trade practices. It was launched by the Norwegian Church Aid (NCA), Virke – the Enterprise Federation of Norway, the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions and Coop Norway. IEH’s objectives are to enable their members to overcome challenges linked to decent work and environmental conditions in global supply chains, and to strengthen support for ethical trade. Members’ annual progress reports are available to the public. ETI Norway, in collaboration with the Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) and the Danish Ethical Trading Initiative (DIEH) manages the Local Resources Network (LRN), an online database of local improvement resources (specialist, on-the-ground advisors).
The Fair Factories Clearinghouse (FFC)
FFC is a non-profit organisation established to use technology to enable cost effective, well-informed ethical business transactions and improved workplaces around the globe, within a collaborative membership community.
The Fair Labor Association (FLA)
FLA is a collaborative effort of socially responsible companies, colleges and universities, and civil society organisations to improve working conditions in factories around the world. The FLA has developed a Workplace Code of Conduct, based on ILO standards, and created a practical monitoring, remediation and verification process to achieve those standards.
Fairtrade International Organisation (FLO)
Fairtrade International (FLO) is an independent, non-governmental, not-for-profit organisation that promotes sustainable development and poverty alleviation, sets the Fairtrade Standards and supports producers in the Global South. Fairtrade has a global reach for marketing and is focused on the Global South for certified production. FLO-CERT, a subsidiary of Fairtrade International is responsible for auditing and certifying compliance against the Fairtrade Standards.
The Fair Wear Foundation (FWF)
FWF is an independent non-profit foundation. FWF supports and promotes good labour conditions in garment production. FWF was set up by various interested parties and stakeholders from the fashion industry, and can be referred to as a Multi-Stakeholder Initiative.
The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)
FSC was established in 1993 as a response to concerns over global deforestation. FSC is an independent, non-governmental, not-for-profit organisation established to promote the responsible management of the world’s forests.
Fruit South Africa (FSA)
Fruit South Africa is a body representing the four growers’ associations in the fruit industry and the Fresh Produce Exporters’ Forum (FPEF). These organisations come together to represent the industry’s interests around common issues such as ethical trade. Together they represent approximately 5000 producers and 400 000 employees, while the FPEF represents approximately 80 export houses.
Geosansar is an India-based social enterprise established to provide practical financial education and thereby promote financial inclusion amongst those who are currently unserved by mainstream banking services. Financial inclusion refers to the ability of an entity to ensure access to financial products and services to the unbanked.
The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is a network-based organisation that has pioneered the development of the world’s most widely used sustainability reporting framework and is committed to its continuous improvement and application worldwide.
IDH – The Sustainable Trade Initiative
IDH accelerates and up-scales sustainable trade by building impact oriented coalitions of front running multinationals, civil society organizations, governments and other stakeholders. Through convening public and private interests, strengths and knowledge, IDH programs help make sustainability the new norm and deliver impact on Millennium Development Goals. IDH builds programs in the sectors of tropical timber, soy, natural stone, cocoa, tea, tourism, aquaculture, cotton, spices, electronics and coffee.
The Initiative Clause Sociale (ICS)
Launched in 1998 under the onus of the French Trade and Distribution Federation (FCD), ICS gathers 19 French Retailers committed to encouraging their suppliers to comply with international conventions, universal human rights principles and local labour regulations in their production operations. These French retailers work together to improve working conditions in their supply chains and partner with their suppliers to sustain continuous improvement
The Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance (IRMA)
IRMA is a multi-sector effort, launched in June 2006, to develop and establish a voluntary system to independently verify compliance with environmental, human rights and social standards for mining operations. Participants include mining companies, jewellery retailers, NGOs and trade associations.
The International Cocoa Initiative (ICI)
ICI is a partnership of labour unions, NGOs, cocoa processors and the major chocolate brands. ICI is dedicated to ensuring no child is exploited in the growing of cocoa and, ultimately, to ending child and forced labour in the sector.
The International Council on Mining & Metals (ICMM)
ICMM is a CEO-led industry group that addresses key priorities and emerging issues within the sector. It seeks to play a leading role by promoting good practice and improved performance internationally and across different commodities.
The International Council of Toy Industries (ICTI) CARE Process
ICTI consists of toy trade associations worldwide. The health and safety of children throughout the world is the driving force behind ICTI, which promotes international toy safety standards and a responsible attitude to advertising and marketing to children.
International Trade Centre - Trade for Sustainable Development programme (T4SD)
Trade for Sustainable Development (T4SD) is a partnership-based programme to enhance transparency on voluntary standards and increase opportunities for sustainable trade. The main goal of the T4SD programme is to develop and manage a web-based tool - Standards Map - that centralises and disseminates information on voluntary standards and related research papers to strengthen the capacity of producers, exporters and buyers to participate in sustainable production and trade. The Standards Map website was launched in February 2011: www.standardsmap.org
The ISEAL Alliance is the global hub for social and environmental standards systems.
The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)
MSC is a global organisation working with fisheries, seafood companies, scientists, conservation groups and the public to promote the best environmental choice in seafood. The MSC's fishery certification programme and seafood eco-label recognise and reward sustainable fishing.
The Media corporate social responsibility forum
The "Media corporate social responsibility (CSR) forum" is a group of media organisations developing CSR and sustainability practices and understanding for the UK media sector.
The aim of the MFA Forum is to promote social responsibility and responsible competitiveness in national garment industries that are vulnerable in the new post-MFA trading environment. Concluded in 2011, this open network included over 80 participating organisations representing brands and retailers, industry associations, trade unions, NGOs and multi-lateral institutions.
The mission of New Earth is to stimulate sustainable development of companies, communities, and individuals. New Earth engages companies through the development of assessment systems (software, databases, and methods) so that those companies who assess and improve their impacts on society and the environment can prosper. New Earth works with communities (voluntary associations) by administering a global fund for community-driven sustainable development. And New Earth supports individual efforts at improving sustainability with its "Handprinter" application and open database of actions that heal the earth. Programs include Earthster (http://www.earthster.org), The Social Hotspots Database http://www.socialhotspot.org), and Handprinter (http://www.handprinter.org).
Created in 2000, the Observatoire sur la Responsabilité Sociétale des Entreprises (Study Center for Corporate Social Responsibility) is a French non-profit network promoting socially responsible investment (SRI), corporate social responsibility and other key issues related to sustainable development. As a think-tank, ORSE brings together a variety of committed actors (companies, public institutions, trade unions, academia, etc.) to gather and analyse relevant information and ultimately facilitate sharing of best practices and implementation of its members’ global CSR policies.
Outdoor Industry Association (OIA) – Sustainability Working Group (SWG)
The Outdoor Industry Association Sustainability Working Group (OIA SWG) is a volunteer collaboration among more than 250 outdoor industry brands, retailers, suppliers, and other stakeholders working to identify and improve the environmental and social impacts of their shared global supply chains. The OIA SWG is currently focusing on four key areas: 1) index development for apparel, footwear and equipment, 2) responsible chemicals management, 3) materials traceability throughout the supply chain, and 4) social responsibility and fair labor issues. Through the OIA SWG, the outdoor industry is demonstrating that it is possible to effect meaningful, scalable change through pre-competitive, business-driven collaboration.
Oxfam is an international confederation of 15 organisations working together in over 90 countries and with partners and allies around the world to find lasting solutions to poverty and injustice. The organisation’s efforts are focused in these areas: development, emergencies, campaigning, advocacy, and policy research.
Partner Africa is a social enterprise in the field of ethical and socially responsible business practice, working in partnership to deliver high quality and innovative ethical trade services and capacity building programs to the private sector across Africa.
PIP-COLEACP (Europe-Africa-Caribbean-Pacific Liaison Committee)
COLEACP is a non-profit inter-professional association, representing and defending the collective interests of ACP (African, Caribbean and Pacific) producers/exporters and EU importers of fruits, vegetables, flowers and plants. Its main goal is to promote the horticulture trade in ACP countries, especially with the EU and to enhance its competitiveness. PIP-COLEACP advocate the adoption of best practices by all operators in respect of food safety, human health and environmental protection. The horticultural trade is an important driver for economic growth in many countries, and PIP-COLEACP helps ACP exports reach their full potential by enabling producers and exporters to meet the demands of the EU market
Rainforest Alliance (RA)
The Rainforest Alliance works to conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods by transforming land-use practices, business practices and consumer behavior. The Rainforest Alliance uses the power of markets to arrest the major drivers of deforestation and environmental destruction: timber extraction, agricultural expansion, cattle ranching and tourism. RA work to ensure millions of acres of working forests, farms, ranchlands and hotel properties are managed according to rigorous sustainability standards. Consumers can identify goods and services through the Rainforest Alliance Certified™ seal and Rainforest Alliance Verified™ mark.
REAP Programme – UNIDO
UNIDO’s Responsible Entrepreneurs Achievement Programme (REAP) is a comprehensive methodology to support manufacturing SMEs in developing countries to implement CSR thereby aligning economic, social and environmental aspects of business with the help of experts or “counselors” trained by the Organization. Based on the ten principles of the UN Global Compact, the REAP methodology consists of step-by-step issue guides for selected CSR topics (e.g. occupational health and safety, environmental management, waste treatment, water usage, labour standards and human rights, anti-corruption, etc.), which support the incorporation of these issues into a company’s business processes. Moreover, REAP features an analytical software that can be used to gather, process, evaluate and report data to track progress on CSR implementation. This can be seen as first step in the process of meeting various social and environmental reporting requirements brought forward by governments, buyers and consumers. In order to better align REAP with the recently published ISO 26000 standard, an upgraded methodology, “REAP 26”, is currently being developed under UNIDO’s project in Viet Nam.
Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC)
RJC is an international, not-for-profit organisation established to reinforce consumer confidence in the jewellery industry by advancing responsible business practices throughout the diamond and gold jewellery supply chain. The Council aims to build 'a community of confidence' across every step of the diamond and gold jewellery supply chain in all geographies, and among businesses large and small. It seeks to work with a wide range of stakeholders in defining and implementing responsible business practices through the RJC's certification system and the RJC Chain of Custody Standard for gold and precious metals. Membership opportunity is open to all businesses and associations participating in the diamond and gold jewellery supply chain and / or engaged in activities that have a potential impact on consumer confidence in diamond or gold jewellery products. To view a list of its Certified Members and for more information, please visit
Responsible Purchasing Network (RPN)
The Responsible Purchasing Network is an international network of buyers dedicated to socially responsible and environmentally sustainable purchasing. Officially founded in 2005, RPN is a program that is advised by a voluntary Steering Committee of leading procurement stakeholders from government, industry, educational institutions, standards setting organisations, and related organisations.
Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels (RSB)
The Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels is an international initiative that brings together farmers, companies, non-governmental organisations, experts, governments, and inter-governmental agencies concerned with ensuring the sustainability of biofuels production and processing. Participation in the RSB is open to any organisation working in a field relevant to biofuels sustainability.
The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO)
RSPO was formed in 2004 with the objective of promoting the growth and use of sustainable oil palm products through credible global standards and engagement of stakeholders.
Roundtable on Responsible Soy Association (RTRS)
The Round Table on Responsible Soy (RTRS) is an international multi-stakeholder initiative that promotes the use and growth of responsible production of soy, through the commitment of the main stakeholders of the soy value chain and through a global standard for responsible production. The RTRS's main instrument is dialogue between groups with different interests and backgrounds, in order to define common ground for action. The Round Table guarantees that each constituency has equall rights to propose specific agendas for discussion.
RugMark International (RMI)
RMI is an international non-governmental organisation working to end illegal child labour in the handmade rug industry and offer educational opportunities to children in India and Nepal. The RMI certification label is issued to rug manufacturers that adhere to the RugMark standard, agree to its independent verification and voluntarily join RMI as licensees.
Shift – Putting Principles into Practice
Established in July 2011 following the endorsement of the Guiding Principles by the UN Human Rights Council, Shift is an independent, non-profit center for business and human rights practice. It helps governments, businesses and their stakeholders put the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights into practice. It shares its learning by developing public guidance materials that help build the field globally. Its team was centrally involved in shaping and writing the UN Guiding Principles, and Prof. Ruggie is involved as Chair of its Board of Trustees.
Sedex is a supply chain management tool, helping companies to identify, manage and mitigate ethical risks in global supply chains. As a large collaborative platform for managing ethical supply chain data, Sedex engages with all tiers of the supply chain with the aim of driving improvements and convergence in responsible business practices. Through a secure online platform, Sedex members can share and manage information in four key areas – Labour Standards, Health & Safety, The Environment and Business Practices. Members also have access to a range of tools and reports, including industry specific questionnaires and risk analysis tools, as well as additional support services such as supplier engagement, audit programme management and risk screening.
Social Accountability International (SAI)
SAI is a non-governmental, international, multi-stakeholder organization dedicated to improving workplaces and communities. It does this work with two principal types of tools developing and implementing socially responsible standards, the first of which was SA8000, and training and capacity building for workers, managers and auditors throughout the supply chain. SA8000 was established in 1997 as an auditable certification standard based on international workplace norms of International Labour Organisation (ILO) conventions, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. This standard is the benchmark against which companies and factories measure their performance. Those seeking to comply with SA8000® have adopted policies and procedures that protect the basic human rights of workers.
Sustainable Agriculture Initiative (SAI platform)
The Sustainable Agriculture Initiative Platform is a food industry initiative supporting the development of sustainable agriculture worldwide. SAI Platform members share the same view on sustainable agriculture as a "productive, competitive and efficient way to produce agricultural products, while at the same time protecting and improving the natural environment and social/economic conditions of local communities". The SAI Platform published Principles and Practices for the Sustainable production of Arable and vegetable Crops, Coffee, Dairy and Fruit; a Benchmark Study of Agriculture Standards and a Short Guide to Sustainable Agriculture.
Sustainable Apparel Coalition (SAC)
The Sustainable Apparel Coalition is an industry-wide group of apparel and footwear brands, retailers, manufacturers, non-governmental organisations, academic experts and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency working to reduce the environmental and social impacts of apparel and footwear products around the world.
The Sustainability Consortium (TSC)
The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) is an independent organization of diverse global participants that work collaboratively to build a scientific foundation that drives innovation to improve consumer product sustainability. TSC develops transparent methodologies, tools, and strategies to drive a new generation of products and supply networks that address environmental, social, and economic imperatives. The Sustainability Consortium advocates for a credible, scalable, and transparent process and system. The organization boasts over 90 members from all corners of business, employing over 57 million people and whose combined revenues total over $1.5 Trillion. The Sustainability Consortium is jointly administered by Arizona State University and the University of Arkansas, with additional operations in the Netherlands and Santiago, Chile.
Established in 1979 as a Christian response to poverty, Traidcraft combines a trading company and a development charity, Traidcraft's charity, Traidcraft Exchange, is the UK's only development charity specialising in making trade work for the poor.
Its mission is to fight poverty through trade, practising and promoting approaches to trade that help poor people in developing countries transform their lives.
The United Nations Global Compact
The UN Global Compact is a strategic policy initiative for businesses that are committed to aligning their operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption. By doing so, business, as a primary agent driving globalization, can help ensure that markets, commerce, technology and finance advance in ways that benefit economies and societies everywhere.
UTZ Certified Good Inside
UTZ Certified is a global coffee certification program, and is now expanding to become a multi-commodity program UTZ Certified's vision is to achieve sustainable agricultural supply chains, that meet the growing needs and expectations of farmers, the food industry and consumers alike.
The Workers Right Consortium (WRC)
WRC is an independent labour rights monitoring organisation, conducting investigations of working conditions in factories around the globe. Its purpose is to combat sweatshops and protect the rights of workers who sew apparel and make other products sold in the United States.
Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP)
WRAP is an independent, objective, non-profit team of global social compliance experts dedicated to promoting safe, lawful, humane and ethical manufacturing around the world through certification and education. The WRAP Certification Program is based on 12 Principles focusing on compliance with local laws, workplace regulations, universal workers’ rights, the environment, customs compliance and security. WRAP is also an IRCA (International Register of Certified Auditors) accredited training organization and runs social systems and internal auditor training courses and related seminars around the world.