Blog | 2017 July 18
Dominic Kotas, Communications Associate, Collaborative Initiatives | Paris
Blog | 2017 July 11
Andrea Lilja, Former Manager | Paris; Christine Svarer, Director, HERproject | Paris
Accessing family planning services is essential for women and girls to be able to stay in school, join the workforce, and—crucially—remain active in the formal economy.
Report | 2017 June 28
DR. RITUPARNA MAJUMDAR, Founder and Principal Head, Etico Consultancy
BSR has developed the "Women's Safety in the Workplace" toolkit, in collaboration with the Confederation of Indian Industry’s Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Development (CII-ITC CESD), and in consultation with its members, to provide guidance for companies seeking to strengthen their own policies and activities that prevent and address sexual harassment.
Blog | 2017 June 28
Andrea Lilja, Former Manager | Paris
We are proud to announce a new collaboration with the Confederation of Indian Industry’s Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Development.
Blog | 2017 June 7
Chritine Svarer, Director, HERproject, BSR; Berkley Rothmeier, Manager, BSR
Here's how apparel companies can take action to promote women workers' well-being and economic empowerment.
Report | 2017 June 5
A baseline evaluation of the HERhealth model, conducted by the Evidence Project/Population Council, offers important evidence and recommendations for effective programming to improve the health of women workers in garment factories in Bangladesh and elsewhere.
Report | 2017 May 11
Leveraging 10 years of experience of helping empower women in global supply chains, BSR’s HERproject conducted this scoping study to provide a snapshot of the buyers, factories, and other stakeholders active in the industry and key trends that influence their operations in Ethiopia.
Blog | 2017 May 11
To achieve sustainability over the long term, Ethiopia’s emerging apparel industry must embed good business practice from the beginning.
Report | 2017 May 1
Md. Majidul Haque, Bangladesh Technical Lead, Digital Financial Services, FHI360
Blog | 2017 April 26
Magali Barraja, Former Manager | Paris; Maria Pontes, Former Manager
While codes of conduct are the most widespread tools companies use to drive sustainability and human rights expectations throughout the supply chain, they don’t yet effectively frame and address the specific risks facing women.