Question: Does the company’s statement detail one or more specific, organisational policies or actions to combat slavery in their direct (tier 1) and/or in-direct (beyond tier 1) supply chain?
Answer:
Suppliers comply with laws and company’s policies (beyond tier 1),
Prohibit use of forced labour (beyond tier 1),
Code of conduct or supplier code includes clauses on slavery and human trafficking (beyond tier 1),
Prohibit use of child labour (beyond tier 1),
Suppliers protect migrant workers (beyond tier 1),
Suppliers respect labour rights (wages / freedom of association etc) (beyond tier 1)
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Walk Free
MSA policy (revised)
Adidas AG
2020
Unverified - Added by Steward
updated over 1 year ago by Lucia Ixtacuy

pg. 2 "At adidas we have a mature social compliance programme, which was founded at the end of 1990’s. Our programme was developed around a set of Workplace Standards, which incorporate core international labour rights and human rights conventions. Forced labour, child labour and migrant labour are issues which we have dealt with in the past and which we continue to address through our monitoring of our direct supply chain (where we have formal contractual relationships) and through our Modern Slavery Outreach Programme, which we established in 2016 to increase the depth and breadth of our work on potential modern slavery risks in our upstream supply chain including Tier 2 processing facilities and Tier 3 raw material sources. In December 2019, we published a review of our Modern Slavery Risk Assessment and disclosed our approach to assessing and addressing identified risks across three priority topics: Responsible Recruitment, Forced and Child Labour Risks in Raw Material Sourcing and Regulatory Needs and...

Lucia Ixtacuy.....2021-09-24 13:09:29 UTC

pg. 2 "At adidas we have a mature social compliance programme, which was founded at the end of 1990’s. Our programme was developed around a set of Workplace Standards, which incorporate core international labour rights and human rights conventions. Forced labour, child labour and migrant labour are issues which we have dealt with in the past and which we continue to address through our monitoring of our direct supply chain (where we have formal contractual relationships) and through our Modern Slavery Outreach Programme, which we established in 2016 to increase the depth and breadth of our work on potential modern slavery risks in our upstream supply chain including Tier 2 processing facilities and Tier 3 raw material sources. In December 2019, we published a review of our Modern Slavery Risk Assessment and disclosed our approach to assessing and addressing identified risks across three priority topics: Responsible Recruitment, Forced and Child Labour Risks in Raw Material Sourcing and Regulatory Needs and...

Lucia Ixtacuy.....2021-09-24 14:53:58 UTC