Learn more about various areas, supply chains and themes that CNV Internationaal is committed to.
Labour rights are human rights! CNV Internationaal sees the recognition and, above all, the observance of workers' rights as a central pillar.
In Africa, 70% of the population is under the age of 30. There is a large gap between the supply and demand of labour.
Social dialogue is indispensable for improving work, working conditions and income.
Achieving equal labour rights for women and more control in the workplace is important to fight discrimination, such as the wage gap.
Outsourcing can involve risks which lead to violations of labour rights, often difficult to identify through standard due diligence measures.
Millions of people work in palm oil plantations. They are the indispensable workforce of the sector, but their fundamental labour rights are often not respected.
Social dialogue and living wages are driving innovation in the cane sugar sector, which previously focused on economic and environmental sustainability.
CNV Internationaal aims at improving labour rights of low wage workers in private sector supply chains
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Millions of workers worldwide simply don’t earn enough money to support themselves and their families. It’s not uncommon for countries to have no agreements establishing a minimum wage.
Corporate Social Responsibility is a process by which a company takes responsibility for the consequences of its actions in the social, ecological and economic spheres throughout the chain.
When negotiating with the management of the company, it is important for trade unions to be able to indicate exactly what the situation is and substantiate their claims with reliable data, leading to a much stronger position in question about proposals to improve the circumstances.