Since it launched in March 2013, the NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights remains the first-ever human rights center based at a business school. Since then, the Center has worked to advance a "pro-business, high standards" model for business and human rights. We believe in the power of business to create positive change in society. We also believe that companies in the same sector should abide by common standards for human rights.
Assessment of Nestlé's "standard supply chain" for cocoa in Ivory Coast
FLA's first annual report on compensation in global supply chains
Today, the Fair Labor Association (FLA) released its first annual compensation report, publishing data on the earnings of workers in 124 mostly apparel and footwear factories assessed by the FLA in 2015. This first-of-its kind collection and publication of wage data and analysis is part of a commitment by the FLA and its affiliates to improve compensation for workers in global supply chains.