sustainability reports are a good thing, aren't they? In the best case they are evidence for the good practice of a company. But then, how should one interpret statements that 50% or 45% or 65% or whatever percentage of workers along a transnational supply chain work in top rated factories? What about the rest? Does approximating human rights make any sense? Aren't they already the lowest acceptable limit?


read "core labor standards" here instead of human rights ..

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