Social Accountability International's Newsletter - February 2012

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Social Accountability International's Newsletter - February 2012

The latest news and events on CSR and supply chain management from Social Accountability International
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SAI's newsletter is a monthly online publication, covering the latest news from SAI including CSR and supply chain management insight from the field, SAI program updates from around the world, Social Fingerprint®, SA8000® certification statistics, upcoming events and training seminars, job opportunities, and more. The newsletter aims to provide readers with a glimpse into the impact of our mission, and its multi-stakeholder approach to achieving decent workplaces around the world. 

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Thursday, February 23, 2012 - 11:10am

EILEEN FISHER on Preventing Human Trafficking
Interview with EILEEN FISHER's Luna Lee: commitment with SA8000® enables compliance to California Transparency in Supply Chain Act

Magen Tzedek Certification Offers Ethical Assurance
After 3 years of development with SAI & SAAS, the Magen Tzedek Certification program is 'open for business' for kosher food manufacturers

RAGS Project: Invitation to Garment Suppliers in India
Limited seats available - Opportunity to increase social performance for sustainability and enhance business opportunities with UK brands

Building the Attitudes, Skills and Knowledge for Social Audits
SAI releases its updated and enhanced SA8000® Advanced Auditor Training Course, featuring an interactive online training component and full day simulated audit

Meet SAI's New Intern: Sushmita Patel
Based in Bangalore, Ms. Patel will be supporting SAI's RAGS Project

Cotton made in Africa Update: February 2012
SAI is the US Representative for the Aid by Trade Foundation's Cotton made in Africa initiative. Starting with this issue, we will include a monthly round up of articles from this Aid by Trade Foundation (AbTF) initiative.

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