Some reports and articles spanning our work on labour, human rights and gender
Decent Work Country Programme Suriname, 2023-26
Ergon worked closely with the ILO's Office for the Caribbean and the tripartite constituents in Suriname to support the development of a new Decent Work Country Programme. The Program sets strategic priorities for Suriname to advance decent work and national development goals over the next four years.
Managing social and environmental risks in supply chains for IDB-financed projects
A practical guide for support IDB Borrowers, other implementing agencies, and third parties in applying environmental and social requirements related to project supply chain management.
IDH Living Wage Action Guide
Ergon has contributed to the development of the IDH Living Wage Action Guide, which aims to guide buyers, their suppliers and other relevant actors towards the most appropriate actions they can take to close living wage gaps.
Exploring opportunities for gender diversity in the mining and energy sector in Serbia
This report assesses the level of women's participation in Serbia's energy and mining sector, examines the business case for greater inclusion, and lays out actionable recommendations.
Managing labour risks and opportunities of platform work
This guide produced for British International Investment (BII) and SIFEM (Swiss Investment Fund for Emerging Markets) looks at managing the risks and optimising the opportunities associated with platform work in developing markets.
Rainforest Alliance Field Study: Kenyan Tea
RA commissioned this study to help it understand how it can support positive change for the Kenyan tea industry. These key issues in focus were: the transition to mechanised harvesting; employment terms and conditions; discrimination and gender-based violence; health and safety); housing; and grievance mechanisms.