Giving Voice to Supply Chains

Lovely piece by author Dov Seidman in which he argues for the need to empower stakeholders along global supply chains. Here’s a bite:

…real sustainable change for overseas workers won’t rest upon if or when retailers sign a petition—or “how much” consumer pressure will be required to coerce companies to do so. Rather, the question is how will these companies understand and act upon the totality of their relationships—whether it’s with suppliers, employees, customers or governments—and act accordingly from both a financial and ethical perspective.

It means recognizing that we’ve moved from being connected to interconnected to morally interdependent—and operating in this environment only comes through healthy interdependencies.

Read the rest here

This video is great too.

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