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Some of the guidance and tools produced by the Oxfam Business Advisory Service for our clients are publicly available to enable other companies access and use them to improve their impacts on workers, producers and communities.
Tools and frameworks
- How can firms measure progress to gender equality in their supply chains?
- How can businesses take the lead on women's leadership?
- What types of discrimination do women face in your supply chains? Here’s how to get the data you need to find out
- Paying the living wage isn’t just good for the world – it’s also good for business. Here’s how to do it…
- Want motivated workers who feel their rights are respected? You need a proper grievance mechanism
- Three steps companies can take to collect and improve gender data in their agricultural supply chains
- Is your business serious about gender justice? Here’s what you need to do
- Four steps to transform women’s lives in coffee farming
- Six actions businesses can take to reduce negative impacts of purchasing practices on human rights
- Video: how to respond to gender inequality issues in global supply chains
- The impact of purchasing practices on workers’ human rights
- Living wages: lessons learned from a decade of Oxfam’s work
- What are supermarkets doing to tackle human suffering in their supply chains?
Other relevant Oxfam work with the private sector
Influencing the food sector:
- Behind the Barcodes campaign: How we pushed supermarkets to take human rights seriously
- Moving the Middle: Oxfam’s assessment of the global agribusiness sector
- Behind the Brands campaign: Oxfam’s assessment of the 10 biggest food and beverage companies
Human Rights Impact Assessments:
- Human Rights Impact Assessments Framework
- HRIA of Coop Sweden’s Moroccan citrus fruit supply chains
- HRIA of SOK Corporation’s Italian processed tomato supply chains
- HRIA of Systembolaget’s Italian wine supply chain