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26 October 2012

EcoVardis Newsletter, October 2012

The October edition of the EcoVadis Newsletter has just been shared with AIM-PROGRESS. You can download it from this link.





26 October 2012

GSCP launches public consultation on reference tool on social management systems

The GSCP has just launched a new public consultation on their latest draft tool for supplier social management systems. AIM-PROGRESS has been invited to comment. Please go to this link for details of the consultation and tool.





16 October 2012

AIM-PROGRESS holds Responsible Sourcing Forum in Lagos, Nigeria

AIM-PROGRESS with support from members including Diageo, Kraft, Unilever, Mondelez and The Coca-Cola Company held a supplier forum in Lagos, Nigeria on 16 October to promote responsible sourcing standards in West Africa. AIM-PROGRESS was delighted that 120 delegates attended the event.


Delegates heard from speakers representing member brands including the Managing Director of Guinness Nigeria and were also given examples of best practice from fellow suppliers. Materials and presentations from the event are available to download from the dedicated Lagos Responsible Sourcing Forum webpage.





05 October 2012

AIM-PROGRESS presents at the GMA/FMI Sustainability Summit

Speakers from The Coca-Cola Company and Colgate-Palmolive represented AIM-PROGRESS at the GMA/FMI Sustainability Summit on 5 October in Washington DC. The Summit provided AIM-PROGRESS with an opportunity to share the message of responsible sourcing with industry peers and demonstrate the benefits of leveraging synergies and sharing examples of best practice on a pre-competitive basis. The session was attended by over 30 representatives from FMCG companies and was very well received. We hope that by sharing information on responsible sourcing we can continue to improve supply chain conditions for millions of workers globally.





24 September 2012

AIM-PROGRESS holds Human Rights training

To support member companies with the implementation of the UN “Protect, Respect, and Remedy” Framework, AIM-PROGRESS with leadership from Procter & Gamble organised two membership-restricted webinars introducing the subject of Human Rights and the expectations placed on businesses. AIM-PROGRESS plans to develop more advanced human rights training to continue building the capability of members and their suppliers in this area.


AIM-PROGRESS and their members recognise the value this training has in helping companies to ensure human rights are respected in their supply chains and have made the presentation publicly available and can be downloaded from the human rights web page. The webinar recordings are accessible only to AIM-PROGRESS members from the members’ area of the website.






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