|GSCP Advisory Board|
The Advisory Board is composed of influential and knowledgeable experts drawn from a broad and balanced variety of civil society international stakeholders such as NGOs, IOs, Trade Unions, Academics, SRIs etc. Members are selected for their expertise, knowledge and specific interest in issues linked to labour and environmental conditions in the global supply chain. Each member of the Advisory Board contributes to the Programme within her or his respective field of competence.
Current members of the GSCP Advisory Board
Independent Advisors are selected for their expertise, knowledge and specific interest in issues linked to labour and environmental conditions in the global supply chain. They exert their role and functions within the Advisory Board and serve the purpose of the Programme, supporting both the Advisory Board and the Executive Board.
Public Communication from the Advisory Board
Advisory Board Members will regularly report publicly on the programme’s progresses, challenges and priorities.
The GSCP Advisory Board has been actively involved in the development of the Global Social Compliance Programme over the last 20 months. Their involvement has been reviewed in a note that the Advisory Board issued after the GSCP Spring General Meeting in Paris on May 6th & 7th, 2009.
Three years have now passed since the GSCP was established and it is believed a solid basis has been created for the roll-out on a large scale of concrete actions and measures in the global supply chains. The GSCP Advisory Board therefore sees it timely to express its opinion about the present priorities in the work of the GSCP, as well as some of the issues that are now being discussed and prepared.