Additional resources are available to members only and can be accessed by logging in to the members' website. If you are interested in becoming a member of IEH - Ethical Trading Initiative Norway, please complete the application form available at the bottom of this webpage. Membership will give you access to many more resources and tools than those described here, in addition to continuous advice and follow-up in your efforts to promote ethical trade. IEH is also an excellent arena for network-building, and a useful meeting place. Among other things, we offer courses and seminars, and capacity-building for your suppliers. See IEH's member benefits and become a member of IEH!
Public Tools and Resources
Below, you will find a selection of open resources and tools relevant to working with ethical trade.
Ethical Trade Principles, or codes of conduct (coc), expresses the company's goals related to ethical trade.Read more »
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the UN in 1948 and embodies a common international understanding of the concept of human rights.Read more »
The Risk Assessment and Identification Database (RAID) is an IT tool developed by the IEH. RAID is used to identify the risk of poor working conditions in the supply chain.Read more »
In 2007 Beer Sten was accused of having terribe working conditions and child labour at one of their suppliers in India. Monica Sander talks about how they experienced the accusations, and how the company worked together with the suppliers to make imp...Read more »