Worker-Driven Social Responsibility Network

Technical Advisors

As organizations deeply experienced in compliance monitoring and enforcement of binding labor standards, the Fair Food Standards Council and the Worker Rights Consortium are providing technical consultation and advice to the WSR Network on the design, implementation and enforcement of supply chain labor rights agreements.


Fair Food Standards Council

The mission of the Fair Food Standards Council (FFSC) is to monitor the development of a sustainable agricultural industry that advances the human rights of farmworkers, the long-term interests of growers, and the ethical supply chain concerns of retail food companies through monitoring, enforcement and implementation of the Fair Food Program. FFSC also provides support for the efforts of others seeking to replicate the Fair Food Program model or similar WSR programs in other sectors.

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Worker Rights Consortium

The Worker Rights Consortium (WRC) is a not-for-profit organization devoted to aiding workers around the world in protecting and promoting their rights. Focusing on the global garment industry, the WRC investigates labor rights violations, publicizes its findings, and engages with apparel brands and retailers to press for the remediation of violations. Created in 2000, the WRC was founded to assess the compliance of brands with the labor rights obligations they have assumed under their binding licensing agreements with universities. The organization also engages in strategic projects designed to promote systemic change in global manufacturing supply chains, including the model of enforceable agreements between global corporations and worker representatives.

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