Princes recognise the benefit in collaborating with a broad range of stakeholders such as Non-Governmental organisations, charities, trade union organisations, customers and our competitors to drive meaningful change and address some of the root cause issues of large and complex modern slavery risks.
- Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI): A leading alliance of companies, trade unions and Non-Governmental Organisations that promotes respect for workers’ rights around the globe. Since joining as a Foundation Stage member in May 2017 we graduated to Full Member status in July 2018 recognising Princes’ rapid progress
- Food Network for Ethical Trade (FNET): A supplier-led initiative aimed at moving beyond audits in an aligned way, using the collective leverage of suppliers and UK retailers to bring about change in global food supply chains.
- Stronger Together: A multi-stakeholder business-led initiative aiming to reduce modern slavery particularly forced labour, labour trafficking and other hidden third party exploitation of workers.
- Supplier Ethical Data Exchange (Sedex): A member organisation dedicated to driving improvement in responsible and ethical business practices in global supply chains. We use Sedex to help us assess and manage compliance across our manufacturing sites and direct suppliers.