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October 12th, 2015
Meet with UL at the BSR Conference – San Francisco – Nov. 3-5, 2015

Meet With UL’s Responsible Sourcing Team At The BSR Conference Our team will be attending the 2015 BSR Conference in November and welcome the opportunity to meet with you personally. To make an appointment with our team, contact or use the “Contact Us” function on the top right corner. We look forward to seeing you… read more

June 5th, 2015
5 Questions with Joost Kooijmans from UNICEF – World Day Against Child Labor

In commemoration of World Day Against Child Labor on June 12th, UL’s Responsible Sourcing group conducted an interview with Joost Kooijmans, Senior Advisor – Child Labour Child Protection for UNICEF. Although, in the past 15 years, there has been a 30% decline in child labor, the Asia region still holds approximately 77 million of the… read more

November 6th, 2014
UL’s Responsible Sourcing Summit

  March 3, 2015- March 4, 2015 Join us at our annual Responsible Sourcing Summit. Engage with subject matter experts in the field of supply chain sustainability and network with other professionals. Dates Begins: March 3, 2015 @ 9:00am    PST Ends:   March 4, 2015  @ 12:00pm PST Price Standard Admittance- $800 Speakers BSR – Member,… read more

September 2nd, 2014
What Companies Need to Know About the U.S. Business Supply Chain Transparency Act

In response to persistent business-related human rights concerns, there has been a clear and growing legislative trend in the United States towards greater supply chain transparency, traceability, and disclosure requirements. The Dodd Frank Act, Section 1502 on conflict minerals, and the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (SB 657) on human trafficking, are… read more

August 15th, 2014
Highlights from 2014 Trafficking in Persons Report: Country Focus – Thailand

The United Nations’ declaration of July 30th, 2014 as the first ever World Day against Trafficking in Persons illustrates that human trafficking is a global problem that is far from being eradicated. Recent International Labour Organization (ILO) estimates show that around 20.9 million men, women and children are in forced labor, trafficked, held in debt… read more

August 4th, 2014
11 Indicators Signaling Forced Labor in Your Supply Chain

The International Labour Organization (ILO) estimates “at least 12.3 million people are victims of forced labor worldwide. Of these, 9.8 million are exploited by private agents, including more than 2.4 million in forced labor as a result of human trafficking.” Growing international awareness of corporate responsibility and human rights has led intergovernmental organizations to further enhance… read more