MSN's Codes Memo is published three times a year in Spanish and English.
The Memo examines developments in voluntary codes of conduct, as well as government action on corporate social responsibility and labour rights. Please contact us if you would like to be on our e-list to receive the Codes Memo.
MSN Codes Memo #11
In this issue: Multi-stakeholder Code Initiatives Explore Common Ground; Report Released on Health and Safety Training in China; European Parliament Votes for Corporate Accountability; World Cup Logos Linked to Sweatshops; New Era for the FLA? Download Codes Memo #11 here.
MSN Codes Memo #8
In this issue: SA8000: Can Commercial Auditing Promote Worker Rights?; FLA Accredits New External Monitors; How Responsible Is WRAP?; WRC Releases Second Report on Kuk Dong; GMIES Reports on Code Compliance at Three El Salvador Factories; COVERCO Releases Report on Two Gap Supply Factories; New Resources. Download Codes Memo #8 here.
MSN Codes Memo #7
In this issue: The Worker Rights Consortium: Monitoring without Certification; FLA NGO Advisory Council Meets; Health and Safety Training Project in China; Verité and Worker Rights Training in China; Adidas Rejects Clean Clothes Initiative; New Resources. Download Codes Memo #7 here.
MSN Codes Memo #6
In this issue: What’s Good and Bad about the Global Alliance Report?; Verité Report on Nike Mexican Contractor; Who’s Who in WRAP; News from the FLA: COVERCO Accredited and more; New Resources. Download Codes Memo #6 here.
MSN Codes Memo #5
In this issue: Special Report on the Fair Labor Association (FLA). Download Codes Memo #5 here.
MSN Codes Memo #4
Two Independent Reports Confirm that Mexican Nike Workers’ Rights Violated. Download Codes Memo #4 here.