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Too many codes of practice? Towards cohesion and sustainability in ethical trade
Mick Blowfield / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
Ethical trade is becoming sexy. Codes of practice to help companies monitor social and environmental performance and relationships with suppliers are proliferating. Why are there so many? Why has there been greater concern for the env...
Talking to the enemy - NGOs engage with business
Simon Heap / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
Can non-governmental organisations (NGOs) benefit from talking to the ‘enemy’ or private corporations? What could they achieve by engaging with the private sector? Would it benefit their cause or is it a waste of time pursui...
Items 2031 to 2 of 2

Items 2031 to 2 of 2

Too many codes of practice? Towards cohesion and sustainability in ethical trade
Mick Blowfield / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
Ethical trade is becoming sexy. Codes of practice to help companies monitor social and environmental performance and relationships with suppliers are proliferating. Why are there so many? Why has there been greater concern for the env...
Talking to the enemy - NGOs engage with business
Simon Heap / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
Can non-governmental organisations (NGOs) benefit from talking to the ‘enemy’ or private corporations? What could they achieve by engaging with the private sector? Would it benefit their cause or is it a waste of time pursui...
Items 2031 to 2 of 2

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