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How can worker voice contribute to new models of social assurance and compliance?

As the pandemic disrupts traditional social compliance models, it also offers an opportunity to experiment with new approaches to monitoring and improving social, labor and human rights in global supply chains. In that context, various certification bodies have been exploring innovative approaches to social assurance such as virtual auditing and remote data collection.

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Child-centered monitoring systems for the post-COVID-19 age

Child-centered monitoring systems for the post-COVID-19 age

This blog was first published in June 2020. According to UNICEF and the ILO, for the first time in 20 ...
Grievance Mechanisms Spur Responsible Business

Grievance Mechanisms Spur Responsible Business

This post was written by Thomas Radal from Ulula and Margaux Dillon from Ksapa. Grievance mechanisms are a key tool ...
The meatpacking industry: Managing a COVID-19 ravaged workplace

The meatpacking industry: Managing a COVID-19 ravaged workplace

Throughout the COVID-19 lockdown, essential workers have cared for our sick, produced our food, stocked our grocery stores, and cleared ...
Garment workers in a COVID-19 world: Re-inventing a broken system

Garment workers in a COVID-19 world: Re-inventing a broken system

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a humanitarian and economic crisis the likes of which the world has rarely seen before ...
A “new normal” World Day for Safety and Health in the Workplace

A “new normal” World Day for Safety and Health in the Workplace

“Adequate safety and health measures at work can play a crucial role in containing the spread of the disease, while ...
The Rat and the Butterfly - The coronavirus epidemic, workers and the biomimicry of supply chains

The Rat and the Butterfly – The coronavirus epidemic, workers and the biomimicry of supply chains

The coronavirus virus outbreak has already made over 2,800 victims. The epidemic that has upended the passage to the year ...
How Can Mobile Technology Help Detect and Mitigate Migrants’ Labor Abuse in Global Supply Chains?

How Can Mobile Technology Help Detect and Mitigate Migrants’ Labor Abuse in Global Supply Chains?

This blog was originally published on Human Trafficking Search on Feb 4, 2020. You have a friend who has a ...
How can technology support a human-centered mine of the future?

How can technology support a human-centered mine of the future?

By Antoine Heuty, Ulula This blog is a revised version of an original blog originally published on the GOXI platform ...