Strategic Projects

FLA collaborates with organizations around the world to advance workers’ rights.

Our projects increase understanding of labor issues in global supply chains and test innovative ideas to improve working conditions.

Current and past partners in FLA strategic projects include the International Organization for Migration, UNICEF, Better Cotton, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, the US Department of Labor, the US Department of State, the International Labour Organization, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Sustainable Agriculture Initiative Platform, the Consumer Goods Forum, the Sustainable Spices Initiative, the Platform Living Wage Financials, and the International Trade Centre.

Explore collaborative initiatives dating back to 2004 below.

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    Harvesting the Future – Jasmine in Egypt

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    Strengthening Grievance Mechanisms in Uzbekistan’s Cotton-Textile Clusters

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    Harvesting the Future – Rose in Türkiye

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    FLA's Living Wage Pilot in Việt Nam

    An infographic describing FLA's living wage pilot in Việt Nam.
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    Beyond Tier One: Supporting Workers' Rights and Mitigating Child Labor Risks in SMEs in the Garment and Textile Sectors in Türkiye

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    Responsible Food and Beverage Procurement: A Path Forward for Higher Educational Institutions

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    Harvesting the Future – Access to Remedy

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    Women’s Economic Empowerment in Cocoa Activities in Côte d’Ivoire

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    Natural Rubber Supply Chain Mapping in Viet Nam

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    Reaching Living Wage for Garment Workers

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    Child Labor in the Vanilla Sector in Madagascar

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    Harvesting the Future

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    WISE Worker Voice Mobile Application

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    Seeds of Change

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    Maternity Rights and Childcare in Bangladesh