There are many organisations locally, nationally and internationally working on issues of decent work, supply chains and sustainable public procurement and other issues covered in the LANDMARK project. You can find a selection below. If you are missing a relevant stakeholder or would like to have your own organisation included, please contact us.
Sustainable Timber Action
The project aims to increase public awareness in Europe about the human and environmental issues caused by deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries, and about the impact of unsustainable consumption and production of forest products on climate change, biodiversity and people dependent on forests.
This German project provides customised and user-oriented training concept on GPP for teachers and curriculum leaders from public administration training institutions in the form of train the trainer approach, as well as organising networking meetings.
The main goal of this project is to create exemplary markets for fair trade products from Malawi (e.g. nuts, tea, rice) in the participating cities in Europe. Documentation, reports, pictures etc. will “give a face” to products, producers and methods of production in order to create transparency and to promote fair trade. The cooperation itself is aims to strengthen and help improve education as well as increase motivation of involved stakeholders.
RSO PT Network | REDE RSO PT
RSO PT NETWORK priority work takes as its mission the different dimensions of social responsibility by creating and dealing with indicators, conducting and disseminating research, promoting education and information campaigns and awareness.
Sustainable Territories Project | Projeto Territórios Sustentáveis
Project on education for sustainable development, which closely follows real alternatives for responsible consumption and long-lasting effects. The project aims to establish the concept and practice of responsible consumption within the 'territory' of each organisation (public institutions, enterprises and organisations of the 3rd sector).
NetWorkWear is an alliance of 6 organisations in 5 european countries coordinated by SETEM-Catalunya that aim to contribute to the respect of basic rights of women and men working in factories producing workwear for suppliers of public authorities.
Sweatfree Communities is a campaign of the International Labour Rights Forum that assists sweatshop workers globally in their struggles to improve working conditions and form strong, independent unions.
Publish what you pay for
A global campaign for revenue transparency in the oil, gas & mining industries. The call for companies to “publish what you pay” and for governments to “publish what you earn” is a necessary first step towards a more accountable system for the management of natural resource revenues.
A global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption, brings people together in a powerful worldwide coalition to end the devastating impact of corruption on men, women and children around the world.TI’s mission is to create change towards a world free of corruption.